21 Free Things to do in Andalusia, Spain
The Sierra Nevada Mountain Range in Andalusia is one of the best (if not 'the' best) place to see wildlife in Spain. The most common creature you'll see here is the sturdy-footed ibex, a wild mountain goat that normally roams with others in small herds.However, Andalusia has many other free attractions to offer other than an amazing display of nature, such as a stunning display of street art in Granada, a forgotten palace on the edge of the Rio Darro that's very easy to enter (though of course we didn't do that because that would be naughty...), and so many gorgeously designed buildings of old, like the famous Alhambra.
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Stunning Street Art in Granada
I know the fading probably wasn't part of the original idea, but I can't help to see it as a positive addition to this heart-wrenching piece. It adds a new layer for me, a new terrifying and sorrowful layer to an already heart-breaking piece. Here is a girl clearly weighted down with whatever horrors occupy her mind. Here is a girl, sitting on the tree of life that's home to all of these eyes and a bird painted a calming blue. Here is a girl who is sharing her misery in hopes of having it changed into an uplifting spirit. But no such comfort comes, not from the trees nor the eyes nor the laughing bird.
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Murcia, Spain: Estrecho de la Arboleja Hike
A beautiful and shady hike near Nonihay, Estrecho de la Arboleja is a must do for anyone looking for free things to do near Murcia. Not only is it home to some amazing rock formations, but it's also criss-crossed with old water irrigation tunnels one can crouch through and scary bridges one can inch across at their own risk. This Estrecho de la Arboleja hike is both great for the whole family to explore as it is one of the many short hikes near Murcia and for experienced hikers and canyoners as it can easily be made into a fairly difficult 10 kilometres circuit.
Top 9 Places to See Australian Wildlife
I love watching wildlife, especially when they're roaming free in their own natural habitats. It might take longer to find these Australian animals, especially when compared to a zoo, but if you visit the places on this list, then it's pretty much guaranteed to see them....swim with sharks and rays while snorkeling at Cabbage Tree Bay Aquatic Reserve just an hour north of Sydney...walk out to see juvenile seals playing in the waves at Australia's only mainland seal colony on your way to the nearby petrified forest...go camping with wild kangaroos in the stunning canyons of Newnes...