The best viewpoints in Granada

Granada might be the most beautiful city in Spain. Reconquered by the Catholic Kings in 1492, I always imagined a charming city, unique for its Arabic past. But Granada was even better than I dreamed. After years in our wishlist, we finally managed to visit Granada this summer. In August, the city was really hot but we still enjoyed it a lot.

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Mirador de San Nicolás

We travelled from Barcelona to Granada by high-speed train and one of our first stops after a long journey was the famous Mirador de San Nicolás – “mirador” means “viewpoint” in Spanish. Although this viewpoint is the most crowded in the city, it is not the only one. The Alhambra is always present wherever you look around. If you want to enjoy the best views of Granada, don’t miss the following sites.

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Morella, a castle with a village

It was the afternoon of a hot day in early September in Peníscola, we had two Orxates in front of the beach and had a rest while recovering from the heavy humid environment. The day was getting to an end but before we still had to drive eighty kilometres through mountain roads, from the mediterranean coast to one thousand metres high. We were getting closer to Morella when the sky got suddenly completely dark.

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Morella views from the main road

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The Garden of Eden (Video)

Once in Borneo we took a short flight to Mulu. Only six people where in that flight that took us to one of the most pristine jungles in the world. Mulu, with more than 600 km of cave passages and all kind of forests is considered a World Heritage Site. Its remote place and protection makes it the best place for an adventure travel.

In our second day in Mulu we went to the Garden of Eden, a closed valley only reachable after hiking 2 km through the biggest underground passage in the world (The Deer Cave). You will find all the details of our adventure in the Garden of Eden in the following video. No music, just real sounds. Enjoy!

Narbonne: food and history in the south of France

We’ve already explained it in this blog. The first half of 2019 has been very intensive for us (with a move, our wedding and our honeymoon!), but fortunately at the end of February we could save a weekend for a French winter break. 🙂 The south of France has a lot of interesting sites and the best thing is that we can reach them with a few hours driving from Barcelona.

This was Dídac’s first visit to Narbonne, but I (Laura) had already been there some years ago. At that time, I didn’t have the chance to visit the Abbey of Fontfroide, a Cistercian monastery that has been a reference for some other monasteries in the south of Europe. We love monastic architecture, so we couldn’t wait to visit the area.

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View of Narbonne’s Canal de la Robine from Palais des Archevêques

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Turtle island: saving lives

We slept in the Four Points by Sheraton in Sandakan after two short flights in the previous day: the first one from the remote jungle of Mulu to Kota Kinabalu, and the second one from KK to Sandakan. This is from west Borneo and Sarawak state to east Borneo and Sabah state of Malaysia. Sandakan is the base for tours going to Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, to Sukau Wildlife Sanctuary and to Turtle island.

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Selingan Turtle island

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