El Riad Andaluz
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... time. Wouldn’t Mum have loved both of our adventures this year ? X
To John’s mum and my father for their support and encouragement (he has also been looking after my car battery..!)
To Linda for keeping such a close, comforting eye on our home , garden and post.
To my friends at work - thanks for ...
... irritable particularly as the taxi driver charged us €20 to go 500m to the hotel. We are peregrinos, we know how far 500m is and this guy ripped us off! But we got there, a clean bed and our own facilities even a room kettle. The Holiday Inn Express has never seemed so plush. Up earlyish and a train to Benalmadena ensured that we were outside of family's apartment before 9:30. Big mistake! They weren't there! After choosing to stay nearer to work because of car problems we ended ...
... an may be able to eat it fixed in a day?! Unbelievable! Sadly as work previously done the clutch wasn't what they expected so would have to wait till the next day... An €900 euros later we are ready to go again!! Woop woop! While waiting for jake checked out a Picasso museum an another one of Spain's beautiful beaches full of stunning topless babes And with 2 days past can now claim got through Morocco without the *****!! Bout 70% of the tour group ...
... refreshing as it was hot at 31 degrees. The beach was packed as usual - I have to say the Pacific waters and beaches still beats this hands down!
The bus took us to the Castillo de Gibralfaro (Moorish castle) on the top of the hill where we enjoyed panoramic views of the city - it was stunning! It was very much likened to viewing Waikiki from the top of Diamond Head. We also saw the place where Pablo Picasso was born and then the beautiful Catedral. It was built in ...
Day 2- Being cloudy next day we decided to explore the nearby town of Malaga. Our
first stop was the Gibralfaro, the most conspicuous structure in the city. A
steep climp uphill gives you fantastic panoramic views of the city. On its
outskirts is the Alcazaba a palatial fortification. Both of these like many