Nerja July 13th

Buenos días a todos!

As we wrapped up our first week here in Nerja the students had a free morning to sleep in today and recover from our long day yesterday in Granada and from the week in general. They also took advantage of the opportunity to go out for breakfast together and enjoyed some morning crepes.

In the afternoon we took a short bus ride to the caves of Nerja. These caves are located just 5 minutes away and are a series of connected “halls” of humongous rock shapes, including the Guiness Book of World Record’s largest stalactite. The caves were discovered by a group of local children back in the 1959 who were hunting for bats in the area. The caves themselves date back millions of years and to this day continue to change form due to the humidity found inside.

Tomorrow we are visiting a neighboring village in the mountains, Frigiliana, to taste some local food products.

Hasta luego,
Dave

Inside the caves

Inside the caves

Excitedly watching the World Cup final!

Excitedly watching the World Cup final!

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