Camping Marbella Playa
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GÜN 60 Günlerden Salı
İki aydır yollardayız bugün seyahatimizin 60.günü.Hala boşanmadık ve boşanmayı düşünmüyoruz.Sabah 08:30 da yola çıktık.Bu kez akıllandım ve MIO ya "ekonomik yol" talimatı verdim.Muhteşem keyifli yerlerden geçtim.Önce Sevilla ya doğru seyrettik …
... and so we just had to have a look at it.
Smaller than the one we saw in Uruguay, this one had more emphasis on local artists like Salvador Dali, and I have attached photos of a couple of the many original Dali pieces held here.
The other outing was this morning, along Spain's so called Golden Mile, ...
... and Elaine and David had not seen them for over twenty years, but by all accounts it was a very happy reunion.
When Elaine and David returned we went to our respective rooms (we have adjoining staterooms on the tenth deck) and prepared ourselves for the Malaga Marathon. This is a tremendous spectator sport and highly recommend it to anyone on a cruise. Of course the name of the marathon will change depending on what port you are in, but the rules ...
... the works interesting. He once said "If I don't have red, I use blue". Picasso's work today was quite child-like in some ways. He would do this painting, finished or unfinished then do a great big date in the corner that literally looked like a kid wrote it. Very playful in some ways.
My favourite pieces were a series of ink on canvas works that showed a bull fight from the bull in the ring with the banderillero (flag men) and ended with the bull being ...
... quiet time reading by camping gas-light. Sadly, the peace was broken by our campsite dwellers who were in the bar rebel-rousing and having loud arguments - they must get a different clientele at the weekend!
We've managed to get through a number of books during this trip. I'm now into 'The Bronte Story' (by Margaret Lane), Rob's cantering through 'Galahad at Blandings' (by P G Wodehouse) - and he's doing quite a bit of chuckling too!