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So today we decided to adventure to Torremelinos (15 miles south of Malaga), again just because we've heard of Brits going there. This time we have no Aires or ACSI campsites so we’re on our own.
Drove through Torremelinos, nothing, then the town becomes Benalmadena where we stopped had coffee (proper Spanish stuff!) and went to the Tourist Information office. No campsites here, back ...
Well todays campsite is different. It's out of the Aires book, which is 'cheap’ or free ‘parking’. Actually there are no ACSI campsites in Malaga and this one is a storage facility, so we thought we’d feel safe, and we do.
However, the walk to the bus stop is another story. Do not return in the dark and it’s best to jog the 300m, there’s no path and it’s really busy, the lorries passing really hurt ...
... and I fell hard for the leather goods there. Bought one too many leather jackets...Buzz tried on a beauty but resisted the urge since he's not much into leather coats.
We enjoyed a paella lunch and since it was chilly and we sat outside, the restaurant provided us with blankets which is something all the restaurants seem to do here....a nice touch. Mijas also provides burro taxis as well as rides either in a carriage ...
... red wine in a bottle that looks like soda water/pop, and a pile of biscuits/cookies. Great fun this people watching. I certainly know they are also looking at me! The Spanish are very friendly, very kind and embrace their guests, no matter where they come from. They greet each other warmly and do not raise their voices in anger in discussion, their voices are raised with excitement and laughter. Everyone will say they speak a little English, and will try, ...
... that’s perched high on a plateau that I’d have to go down then up again to get to—but I’m going to skip it. I’ve got to know what my limits are, and I’m getting close to reaching them.
Cutar, on the other hand is right next to the road, just a little ridge jutting out over the valley… It take a few minutes to wander around and then I find shelter under a tree to rest, eat and play some ...