Residencia Universitaria Santa Paula
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... ashore, usually pulling reluctant children, and if you're really lucky, protesting old age pensioners in their wake.
Then the time passes when everyone should be on board, but there are still lots of people on the gangways making their way on board. Although you can't see them you know that crew members are urging the late comers to hurry up as they all start pretend running. That's where the body makes all the movemens of someone running without ...
... time in Paris came to an end - now we can say we’ve been there - and surprisingly we can say we loved it! After that …. we caught a plane down to Spain.
So, as I said in my last blog we had a trip down to Spain, Southern Spain - Malaga to be exact. All to find a school for Hagan. We didn’t really know what to expect. We had six schools scheduled - and we weren’t sure if we would like any of them or if we would even like the area. Of course, we knew ...
... statue towering over the happy couple.
At this Granada wedding we were finally able to see what happens AFTER the ceremony and outside the church.
Strangely, about 10 minutes later, we saw all the bridesmaids, unmissable in their cobalt blue dresses with bright red flowers, standing around one of those upside-down keg tables at a bar having a drink.
Why they weren't at the wedding reception I have no idea!
Early evenings are dedicated to walks ...
... Century in place of a mosque and one of the main towers still remains incomplete today. Malaga boasts of being Spain’s second largest port and its third largest international airport.
We spent the best part of the afternoon at the beach and it was lovely and relaxing. The children enjoyed a short swim and then walked back to have tapas for dinner - yum!
Tomorrow we head off to Granada - which I am really looking forward to seeing the Alhambra.
Malaga provided a nice contrast to my trip in Iceland - sunny and warm! It was extremely peaceful to walk around the coastal town, occasionally bumping into major monuments along the way. There are only a few attractions in Malaga, but they are by no means insignificant! Climbing to the top of an Islamic inspired fortress set on a mountain provides a breathtaking 360 degrees view of the city, whilst the sun set behind the mountains. Similarly, ...