Day 106 – 107 – Granada, NI

Day 106 – 107 – Granada, NI     12/05 – 06/10     Mileage: 0

The last two days Brian and I spent walking around Granada and getting some chores done like laundry and running errands. Granada is a nice town and is like a smaller version of Antigua back in Guatemala with spanish colonial architecture, nice bars and restaurants and a location in a nice natural setting. I’ll let the pictures do the talking…

Horses are still hard at work down here…and horse drawn carts are as common as pick-ups.

I came across this funny scene….a cow in the middle of town with it’s head buried in a trash can!

I don’t think “kayak” means motorcycle…not even in spanish!

Last night we saw some local kids put on a breakdance demonstration in the street in front of the restaurant we were eating at and they were really very good!

I also spent some time looking for a spanish school and found one that I liked for a good price, so I’ll spend another week or so here trying to learn more spanish. Tomorrow Brian is pushing on so our time riding together has come to an end. We had many good laughs over countless beers the last two weeks, and it was a nice to change to have some company for a while. Bien viaje mi amigo!

2 Responses to Day 106 – 107 – Granada, NI

  1. Kurt says:

    Love the pix and hungry cow and dance vids.
    They gave a new meaning to “Brake Dance”. It looked like they did brake something! Was that “rap”, or “wrap”?
    So now you’re learning Spanish? Why the rapido?
    God bless your day Lenny.

    • Lenny says:

      For sure Kurt…I can tell you that kid had the ability to dislocate his shoulders at will…it’s the only way to do what he did…crazy! Well…I’m trying to learn spanish at least…whether I do or not remains to be seen!

      Thanks and take care!


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