Camping la Buganvilla
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... completed about half the program on Duolingo and have about 800 Spanish words in my vocabulary give or take (the app can tell you all this). I also listened to podcasts by "Notes in Spanish" by Ben and Marina which are also very helpful to learn the important phrases and especially the street talk which I have found you will probably need the most. in addition to this i took about 6 months of Spanish lessons 1 night a week for about 1.5 hours a lesson to try and ...
... are lined with bars and shops. The large streets are lit up all year round and very pretty at night. Our hotel was just off a main street on the edge of the old town, by the harbour. A great base to explore the town from.
We ate a lovely meal to celebrate David's birthday in the sun, in a restaraunt by the old port. Which has been made glamourous and chic, with new spaces opened up alongside its edge. A lovely undulating sun roof runs alongside the quayside, ...
It was another beautiful sunny day on the coast of Spain to explore how the "other half" lives. Puerto Banus is the marina southwest of Marbella where the international jet-set come to play. Huge yachts and exotic cars were the norm as we wandered along the marina and imagined what it would be like to sail on boats that are twice the size of our house. I'm pretty sure this area is the least representative of Spanish culture, but it sure was fun to ...
... to the furthest point at the row end and watched the sun go down from 5pm onwards - armed with wine, beer, sangria whatever was the flavour of the day! We joined Kev on the last day introducing him to an Aperol Spritz (Zoe & Rob Jenkins - colin didn’t quite get his measures correct, using half a bottle in 3 drinks??? with a splash of cava and soda! so I am looking forward to trying the real thing in Italy!)
When I first decided ...
... not to tarry in Nerja, and after lunch we got on the road again to our next destination, which was southwest of Nerja. Once again, we were pleasantly surprised by our success in following the map and freeway signs, and it was fun to have Fritz and Vienna actively engaged in getting us from place to place.
Though inland, the town of Frigiliana was more picturesque, with whitewashed small buildings marching up steep hillsides, ...