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... square. We popped into a drapery store, they had the most beautiful baby wear , shame my babies are getting bigger! Our last stop was at a citrus farm, we were meant to go there first but because there were 3 buses doing the same tour we did our tour in reverse. As there are only 6 of us speaking English ( only 36 English speaking in total on this half of the cruise!) we share the bus with Spaniards, they had thrown ...
... the walk as "easy" - so it can't be all that difficult (despite the fact that we're staring at a nearly sheer cliff). Anyway, it's time to make a start, so we go upwards through some scruffy vegetation on occasionally loose ground, with a couple of people just starting a climb on our right. They've got ropes and other equipment; we've got walking poles.
But, amazingly, there is a route here, snaking upwards between the crags, to reach an impressive cave. ...
... to the final step in the process of winning the jackpot. And won it. But now it was reset to $1000. With the additional amount in the bonus, I cashed $1300. A far cry from the $4600 but again, such is life.
By the time I left the casino, it was storming outside as we heading into wind gusts that topped 71 mph! Attempting to walk was crazy as the ship would drop and ...
... br> We stayed on the bus past the circles with beautiful fountains and statues, old forts and mansions, shiny new marble buildings, and numerous parks with trees and shrubbery of all species and textures. This was my favorite city so far on the cruise. We walked back through the parks after shopping, and of course coffee!
I think I'm finally getting better at ordering coffee.
On our walk back to catch our tour ...
... all uphill with defensive gates, Not much explanation is given to what you are looking at but it is a great stop.
Just outside the gates of the Alcazaba de Malaga is an old Roman amphitheatre, being restored. Each succeeding civilization tended to cannibalize the previous one for building materials. There are some remains of the Phoenicians here as well, so this is valuable site for archaeologists.
Next morning ...
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