The Melting Pot Hostel Malaga
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... time. Wouldn’t Mum have loved both of our adventures this year ? X
To John’s mum and my father for their support and encouragement (he has also been looking after my car battery..!)
To Linda for keeping such a close, comforting eye on our home , garden and post.
To my friends at work - thanks for ...
As stated, there's no direct flights from Santiago back to the UK and so the options were Santiago - Madrid - London, Santiago - Barcelona - Cardiff or Santiago - Malaga - Cardiff, we obviously chose the latter. Leaving Galicia was double edged, I love the area, the people, the food but I'm shocked at the decline. I'm also so looking forward to seeing family in Benalmadena especially my niece that I haven't seen in over a year except on FaceTime. We arrived in Malaga at around 2:30am, ...
Adios Africa, a ferry back to Tarifa to see of Jake is still there! Left him on the side of the road next to a skate park so a serious amount of doubt was creeping in! An with such amazing relief he was fine Issue # 2, on the way from Lagos to Tarifa the clutch started to give an is now truly farked.. Can get a few gears but gear changes are dodge.. Decided to hightail 130km to Malaga where is a large iveco truck workshop. Got there okayish.. Into the shop in ...
... del Moral. It was supposed to be more of a local beach with more picturesque views. The drive was a little further but it took us out of the big city and into a smaller town type area. Once we found some free parking, at least that was what we were going with based on how we translated the signs, we headed to the beach. And this beach was covered with people as well, but you didn't have the beach party aspect. The view was a little ...
... to General Lafayette to help with the American Revolution. Who knows. This Cathedral is located on a site that formerly held a Roman Temple and then a Mosque, so it is a holy place. It took 3 centuries to build.
Malaguenans are also called Boccarones, which means anchovies. One of their most famous foods here is the Iberico or Black Ham. It is made only from black Iberico pigs who eat only acorns. It is hugely expensive. I believe they had ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Melting Pot Hostel Malaga Málaga
This was a good hostel... right on the beach, helpful and friendly workers, however, the 10 people for one bathroom is a little annoying. Otherwise, everything was good.
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