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Sorry for the delay, this trip has been going insanely fast! We caught an earlyish train to Malaga from Sevilla and found our hostel which was very nice. The beds were like serious wood bunks which were really sturdy but there was really nothing to hold on to to climb up to the top so that was fun. It also had a really cool courtyard where you could have dinner and they also had a bar. ...
... of 5 tapas for 10 euro. It's a good way to sample local food or to have a light lunch or afternoon snack.
Tapa is actually Spanish for "lid" - wine and beer used to be served with a slice of meat, which would be placed over the top of the glass to stop fruit flies landing in their drink; we are in fruit country and they are still a pain even now, in fact, they have taken to olive trees more recently, causing farmers no end ...
... excursion. Poor old Eric was desperate to have his main meal as he wanted to go to the theatre to see the ventriloquist who is very good. I asked Eric our waiter if he could have his meal and said it was fine by us if he did instead of waiting and with that, out came our main meals too…not great for the waiters but at least poor old Eric doesn’t get too concerned and he can go off and enjoy himself … from his account, he was ...
During the first real day that we had on our trip we went to
Malaga. It’s like living in Apollo Beach and saying that you are going
to Tampa for the day. Except the fact that it is in Spain makes it
1,000,000x better! Malaga was my first impression of Spain other than
Torremolinos and I was so happy to see it! The streets are shaded by a
cover that seems to decorate the place so nicely! Some of the shops were
name brands like Vans ...
... a (en route), we reached the Sierra Nevada area fairly easily. The views along the motorways are beautiful, and that isn't something you would expect. The terrain changes from green to desert and then to vast mountains. One beautiful site is the Embalse de Rules (reservoir) as well as the Puente de Lata (bridge), which is worth a stop prior to arriving in Granada.