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Travel Blogs from Málaga
... with you at 1am helping you work illegally ha.
Not long after they all come back, we watched this one guy very patiently lay out heaps of pairs of sunnies on all their cases, it took him so long. We wondered if the cops would come back again..it would be pretty devastating to have to chuck all your hard work into the sheet as soon as you had got it set up. (In Madrid we saw the guys with sunnies and they had like slits in the sheet so the sunnies all stayed in place when you ...
... in Spanish to them, they haven't even heard of Australia. One person thought it was a town in northern Spain.
So yeah most of Malaga was a joke; just getting wasted, sweating profusely in the heat, enduring reggaeton music at the clubs, staying out till sunrise, then sleeping till the afternoon. Only other stuff we did was hit the beach, with its ****** sand and ...
... Padua in Italy and the crystal “chandelier” light from Belgium.
We were handed a menu to look at which was taken back before our first course was given to us.
The wines served were:
Nicholas Feuillatte, Brut - Chouilly, France
Pouilly Fume Sauvignon Blanc, Domaine Mollet-Maudrey Tracy-Sur-Loire, France
Franciscan Magnigicat Napa Valley, California.
Ceviche of Scallop ...
... girl and she introduces her boyfriend who is preparing some nearby land for cultivation. She tells us that she will make soup for us and some kind of bread patty. We check that beer is also available, and tell her we will be around at 7 ish. When we arrive, the room is decorated in wonderful greens and orange. It's a melange of Hindu, reggae and flamenco. Strains of Bob Marley fill the air, and short of the log fire being lit to take away the chill, everything is perfect in ...
FRIGILIANA to MANILVA
The plan is yet again thwarted in Frigiliana because of the rain. It is a beautiful pueblo blanco in the mountains where I have planned a ridge walk entitled The Moor and his Parrot. We explore the old town on foot of course soon after we arrive and take a ride on the Wally Wagon, the McDonald train we call it. We plan to start out mid morning the next day and walk the 10 or so kilometres followed possibly by a beer and tapas in ...