Happy Friday everyone! 

The Spain series is back on. I was crazy busy with being back in London that I haven't had a chance to continue the series, but I am back to a proper schedule now! :) Let me tell you about that lovely school I saw in Granada on my first day and was blown away. The location was right in the centre beside the Granada Cathedral, as you can see in the first photo. The old Islamic school is now part of the Granada university as well. I didn't even know it was there until I passed by it and it was a happy coincidence. The inside is a restoration of a restoration. I think they did a great job brining the tradition of the patterns and the colours back to life. The last photo was a later addition after the Christians took over. You can see how distinctive each style is. It's a little place with a short tour that tells you the brief history of the place. The entrance fee was extremely cheap I think it was 2 or 4 euros. Worth a visit if you are in the area.