Casa de Medina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... both in and out on our journey so far.
Picked up a local paper at this campsite, very interesting indeed. First thing of note was the write up about the storm earlier in the week, which was apparently the worst they’d had in 20 years. There was a picture of a Beach Bar in Torre del Mar which we walked past whilst they were cleaning up, Penny commented as there were girls in shorts and ...
... when you order a drink. A couple of us had beer - and so they brought out this fried stuffing mix with olives . . . You never know what you will get! Kind of fun . . .
Then we headed for Santa Fe, the town where Christopher Columbus got his papers signed and headed off to discover America! Very cool old city square . . And then it was a pace line with Dean in the lead - all the way to Granada! ...
... ones that are too hot because your skin just comes peeling off. It was rather like having a plunge pool. The jets were really strong.
Bob came back at lunchtime and we lunched out there too and he had a wallow to ease his golfing knees! No cart at Green Life so he'd walked and dragged the cart and he said it was quite strenuous up and down the hills.
After lunch we all went down to the pool and spent the afternoon there. ...
... three hours trying and failing, logging on and being thrown off, I finally managed to book tickets for the Alhambra for the following day. To put this in perspective, I went down to the bar straight after lunch. Helen & Lesley washed up, sat with their books for a while, then walked the two miles down to the beach and along the prom and were on their second beer in the time it took me to buy three tickets. I am merrily typing away ...
As I write this I am sat in the charming jardin of my Spanish friend's casa in Rincon de la Victoria, a beach town 20 minutes from the centre of Malaga, absorbing the sun's beautiful exotic rays whilst admiring the sparkling blue sea, which is less than 5 minutes from their doorstep. Not only did I start my Spanish adventure here in Malaga so that I could spend time with my previous Spanish exchange partner Patri and her lovely family ...