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... from the 11th century. It was built on a Roman town; the Roman ampitheatre that was discovered in 1951 just outside its entrance is an interesting juxtaposition to the Islamic architecture. The Alcazaba is made up of towers, mosques and buildings and surprisingly beautiful gardens within its walls.
In the evening we arranged our transport tickets for the remainder of our time in Spain.
To thank Rubens parents for their ...
... up then laid the sheet back down and they were all hooked into the slits by the arms.. pretty clever idea, we wanted to tell this poor guy in Benaldemina he should do it too..) Then sure enough you see further down the line that they are all packing up quickly and disappearing, the sunnies guy chucked them all in the sheet again..he hadn't even had one sale! Another girl was about to get her hair braided, the lady was pretty rough and it was funny watching the poor girl. When the ...
... filth of feria had even spread to Malaga's waters. I also tried Taco Bell for the first time in my life. Proved to be very cleansing for the bowels. One afternoon I explored around the Alcazaba – the 800 year old Moorish fort – that overlooks the town. That was pretty cool. Other than that just talked **** with the guys, criticised Malaga/feria/Gabriel at every ...
"Let's go to Barcelona!" "Yes!" "I just checked the weather report... Let's not" "Oh come on - it can't be that bad" ----checks weather report---- "Oh - okay, point taken. Pouring rain for a week" "Where to then?" "South of Spain!!" "Yes! Beach holiday. We might finally catch some colour." "Malaga it is, then." After we'd arrived, a walk along the port and the beach helped clear all travel fatigue. The sun was out, the beach packed (with the blindingly white English) - after ...
... a real awareness of landslides during or after heavy rain. Thankfully we arrive safe and sound and park Sharron next to the railway station which pleases John no end. When it stops raining, we take a stroll up the mountain through beautiful pine forests and muddy streams. We pass by a waterfall the colour of coffee from all the rain washing down the mud from the hillsides. Some new age hippies have set up a shack serving meals and offering overnight accommodation. We chat ...
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