Hostal La Paloma

C/ Barcenillas 8, Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29012, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Málaga

Adios Amigo!

A travel blog entry by pennydeakin


... also suffocating on everyone else's smoke. Yuck! Manchester lost so we finally left and went to an amazing cocktail bar on the port. Best cocktails ever! Made with fresh fruit and all the works. Loved it!

Today it was mainly packing and all the rest of it but later in the afternoon we made our way to Marbella. I had been saying for days that I wanted to try traditional Spanish churros because they originated ...

Playing Tourist in Mijas Pueblo

A travel blog entry by albrechtscamp


... result of the many petitions of the villagers. It is still an active bullring, with bullfights starting after Easter. Just watch out when they start serving Ox-tail soup at the local restaurants.
The Parish Church (#9) was finished in 1631, and was used by villagers in case of an attack. It's built just behind #10, the remains of old fortress walls, also used for protection from invaders from the sea. It's got ...

Malaga and Traveling

A travel blog entry by kvstark


... that. It took that long beacause a lot of the downloads took a long time.After I got everything set up on my computer and charged I went down to the beach. I wanted to at least go to the beach and touch the water while in Malaga, since that's one of its main attractions. On the way I was looking for a paneria (bread store) to buy a loaf of bread to have with the Emmentaler cheese I had left over from the day before. It actually took a while but I ...

Working away

A travel blog entry by roundaboutus


... and sawed olive and almond branches. I started the day with my new resolution to yoga and felt good for stretching out after several pedestrian days in the van.

Each Thursday Rowan and I have joined the locals in the market. Its a huge event in terms of sheer quantity of vegetables changing hands! We've learned that you collect a ticket (like we used to at deli counter in supermarkets and Start-rite shoe fittings at ...

Fuengirola and Diving In Spain

A travel blog entry by drowles


... up dated look. I had a problem on my first dive (I panicked) which was inexplicable because I hadn't done that since my pool training the first time I dove in Aruba. I was sooo embarrassed. To their credit none of the other divers mentioned my problem and even joined me in complaining about the double wet suits we were given (which made me extra buoyant) and the lack of visibility. I was in the town for only two days but it seemed much longer as ...


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