La Casa Mata
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Laguna Playa camping. - enjoying a last afternoon and evening in the heat and sunshine of Velez Malaga before beginning the long trek home. Missing home too even though it is raining there, we have memories of sunshine and strawberries from the garden before we left for this ...
With rain last night, fortunately forecast so we were prepared, we organised things to avoid all our stuff getting soaked last night and planned today's shopping at El Ingenio. In MacDonald's just now for internet and a lunch, a rare event here lunch and wifi now as wifi is so easy to obtain in Spain! November 5th, decided to travel back from today so doing our last shop in Velez Malaga, staying overnight at Torre Del Mar and then off tomorrow ...
... actually harder than it looks..(I know, we are pulling it off flawlessly...well Jed is anyway...it looks like me and Steph could put a little more effort in!) it actually took about 4 attempts to get this shot! It was on timer balanced on a 'pump up your tyre' air machine! And by the 4th shot, we got some weird looks!! So into Malaga, this time Steph driving, and me navigating! Needless to say that these guys clearly hadn't learnt ...
... to the Rock of Gibraltor, U.K., Morroco, Africa and into the mountains that rise up from this seaside town.
It was nice to be back in Spain again, with the warm climate, relaxed culture, street fairs and beaches. We spent most of our time cleaning, cooking, yard work and redesigning a courtyard. We also took some day trips to beaches and small towns. One such trip found us in the ...
... be clear; pashminas. Pashminas are wider scarves that can be worm more like a shawl as well as a scarf. After a little bit of research, they got their name because they are made out of wool from Pashmina goats. They are very finely woven and very soft.
These were my item of choice to bring home to my faithful dog sitters!
We walked through the streets to a wine museum where we were offered wine and olives. Olives ...