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... off. Near Gibraltar we saw a sign for a camping and went to have a look. It was a real weird camping and the kind that was only with people in the weekend. The real old guy from the reception was a real weird German and looked as if he walked out of a creepy film. We walked through the camping before deciding and especially Andrea didn't feel like staying so we left and drove off passed Gibraltar and Terifa where we found a real nice surfers ...
After a modest continental breakfast at our accommodation, Judy and Herb explored Torremolinos while Maryln and I stretched out on the super comfortable cushioned lounge chairs under the thatched umbrellas on the topless beach just across the road.
It was another beautiful sunny day in Spain and the water beckoned.
The sand on the beach is brownish but ...
... the distance just above the town of Cómpeta. It resembled one of the small bonfires the farmers seem to light from time to time so we thought nothing of it. Following a lunch of tapas and a couple of beers in the square we returned for a well earned siesta. Unfortunately the scene from the balcony was not particularly conducive to relaxation. Alarmingly the bushfire had really taken hold. There was a huge cloud of black ...
... at the port, and a spacious modern airport terminal. Public transportation is convenient and cab rides are inexpensive. What's most surprising are the high quality of the main sights in Malaga.
Malaga was founded by Phoenicians around 3000 years ago as "Malacca", a trading post on the Mediterranean Sea. Other than being the main port of the medieval Granada Kingdom, Malaga's mountainous hinterland made it a backwater for most of its ...
... eat light” all day!!
We were invited to a Beer with free tapas but we don’t drink beer and certainly didn’t want to be tempted and eat too much. So we decided an ice cream and a coffee if we could find a place was on the cards for us. We walked up the main street and I saw a sign selling cappuccino and latte so in we went. They also had gourmet pizza slices (rectangular shape) which looked pretty good so I got one slice ...
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