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We then drove up to Frigiliana. a very pretty traditional white village that is just inland from Nerja. The photos don't do it justice but you get the idea. J tells me the Church is also lovely- I didn't go in as I was finishing my ( soft) drink in the square. Priorities.
Next stop our nearest beach at Algorobbo Costa and ...
So, I can report that the rain in Spain does not stay mainly on the plain. We are in the centre of an impressive storm this morning. Saves watering the plants though.
I can report that J is gearing up to do an entry but don't hold your breath.
Meanwhile here are a few random photos.
Usually, I see my great friend (or ex- colleague for the benefit of Muriel and Lisa ) Sue Clayton* every Thursday and we sometimes grab a quick chat in a dreary hospital outpatient clinic room or if we are really lucky, the sluice.
However, a couple of weeks ago we had to change the venue slightly and we met in the square, by the cathedral, in ...
... We overshot the campsite a little and were walking back when we spotted another "Osborne" bull.
Now you are never going to believe this! This is truly marketing at its best! Back in 1956, the Osborne sherry company commissioned an advertising agency to come up with a logo to promote their "Brandy de Jerez", which was their top selling product. They wanted to promote it on the sides of the roads. A lateral thinker by the name ...
... in restaurants
From here we walked to see the local bull ring before heading back to the house as Warren needed to make his train out to the airport in the early afternoon.
In Spain lunch is eaten mid afternoon and is the largest meal of the day, we ate at about 3.30pm. Ruben' father Hose' Antonia had prepared a delicious lunch for us consisting of three courses; a salad, chicken paella, ...