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... kindly explained, that in Spain, to help the environment, you are supposed to pay for the plastic bags. The lesson we learned today is, buy less stuff or take your plastic bags with you next time.
Tomorrow we our taking a tour of Malaga with our study abroad group, and on Wednesday, we start school. Not sure when my next post will be, maybe after the first day of school. I miss my bro already, hope he misses me a little.
... the next day! Just so nice to have a personal touch with her as she prepared and served our breakfast of local fresh produce and then the check out was not too late or early for her, she was just too happy to help.
One restaurant Anahid had suggested was the Puente Grande, it specialises in the local cuisine and it was great! Anne had Venison in a raspberry and Blackberry sauce and I had a beautiful steak! We then decided what we would do after our big day ...
... waves. The seas were angry today! We walked to the west for awhile before popping back up to "street level" and found a fantastic Tapas and Wine bar (Don Juan's) to finish off the day. This is starting to be a pattern for us: excursion, find a place to eat lunch, return to the casa, hang out by the pool and/or find another spot to eat and drink. I could get used to this!
... and when she was trying to get down, she got a whole in her jean shorts when she caught them on the fence. Ha! Nicholas had to come and help both of us down. We were laughing hysterically! We passed a group of Spaniards walking their dog and Alejandro and his demeaning-self decided to talk about how he wishes that he could punt the dog all the way down the mountain! Of course Nicholas and Dustin joined in on the crudeness. There ...
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Emily and I headed to the Plaza de Toros which has an excellent Bullring, bull fighting museum,Harness and Livery collection, and a very interesting Fire-Arms Museum. We were not able to take pictures of anything in these museums, but the evolution of the costumes for the Matadors, the enormous skull of an Aurochs from 400 years ago, and the dueling pistols dating from 16 century were really something to see!