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... very painful prospect of somehow getting 800 miles up the coast to Nice, where the ship next docks, without clothes or probably much money.
It's very cruel to mock, but let's be honest They've got over six hours ashore, most people made in time, so why not them? But anyway, now you know all about the Malaga Marathon and you also know why I never go ashore when the ship docks.
As a liitle bonus I've added a few extra pictures at the bottom of this page.
... and learn things about them that you’d likely never ever know.
While in Paris, we did an Escape room game. Fun…but not as fun as Amsterdam….Yes, we are Escape room snobs now.
Okay, now for the crescendo! The highlight of the ENTIRE trip to Paris had to be our dinner, and when I say “our dinner” - I mean sans <—— (French meaning “without”) the boys.
Okay, let me explain. We arrived in Paris on our ...
... language learning skills. Now not to be a buzzkill but for all you keen language learners that are just starting and keen to get stuck in and start, let me add by telling you that it is not easy. To keep progressing you really need to do at minimum and absolute minimum 30 minutes a day if you want to see progresion and that was my biggest struggle as after work i did not feel like doing it and you seem to make excuses to not study. So I guess your wondering how much ...
... It was obviously touristy with all of the gift shops and cafes in the area. There also was a strong showing of both Asian food and Arabic food. As we walked through we realized we hadn't eaten lunch but it was siesta time, which meant we resorted to old faithful, Burger King. You can always count on an American chain to feed you at odd hours compared to the rest of the country. Once we ate we continued on through the zigzags of ...
... someone making gross sangria.
I should mention that Malaga is where we figured out a Spanish dining custom. They bring you a basket of bread, whether you ask for it or not, and charge you for it at the end. It isn't much, maybe just a euro or so. It'll say at the bottom of the menu, pan y servicio - 1.50 euro, or something similar.
Anyway, after this we just walked around the beach and made our way back to the ship, thoroughly satisfied with our stop in Malaga. ...