The Melting Pot Hostel Malaga
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... to the parking, getting our car and drive to Torremolinos which was on the way back to Malaga. In Torremolinos we parked our car in a underground parking and walked down to the boulevard which followed the beach for kilometers. It was nice cause there were all small shops and trendy bars build on and aside a beautiful beach. We had something to drink on a terrace and walked for about an hour, than we walked back through the old part of the ...
... the water a comfortable temperature. However, when I tried to get into the waves, the sand changed to small pebbles under my feet, very hard to balance on and the water plunged suddenly from shallow to deep. The surf was also a little rough, so I had a very short dip!
We managed to raise ourselves for a leisurely lunch of scrumptious provolone cheese fried in ...
... And also hats off to all of us as we eventually all managed to grab a quick siesta....
Fortunately the rest of the Booths visit was less eventful. It's warming up very nicely here now and they slept out under the stars for a couple of nights but had to come in to where normal people sleep at about 4 am. They were disturbed by the barking dogs and feeling that the insects were having an early breakfast ..¡qué ...
First time in Spain today and Malaga was beautiful. So old and so much history. Two of the buildings we walked through were over 500 years old!! Nothing like that in Oz or NZ. We arrived in port just before 9 and were off the ship by 10. Walked into town and easily found the first hop on hop off bus stop to start exploring. Up the hill and first stop we got off at was the Castillo De Gibralfaro, a 500 year old walled city/fort that protected ...
... were bound to be greasy. I found that while having a windscreen on a bike is a good thing in the dry, it is actually a negative in the wet. You still get rain on the visor, but there is little wind to blow it off. So 35k of this through a narrow wining country roared in the mountains. I met only one other vehicle - a logging truck. Once out of the mountains the rain subsided and I was able to make rapid progress to home ...
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- 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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