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... know after all this and what my strengths and weaknesses are. Well.... Hahahaha. i would say im still at an A1 level. I actually thought i would be further than this by now but after arriving in Spain the daunting task of trying to understand someone really sunk in. I cant understand anything (no entiendo nada). But me being me i am determined and was very determined to be able to understand and speak another language. So firstly i rented a shared flat with ...
... to activities, attractions and restaurants. Although very comfortable, we now think Triana is a little sleepy for us.
We are happy taking off to explore and see the sights and manage to fit in beach walks in Torre, lunches at outdoor patios, market days in surrounding towns and dinner at our favorite restaurant every Thursday. La Brasserie is tiny-only 16 seats inside and a few more outdoors-and the ...
... promenades along here in the evening. The meal was lovely, and we really liked the minature desserts- displayed-ready-mades in little pots, cups and tins for you to choose from on an old tray bought to your table.
The next night we went to the Kelipo Centre for a flamenco show, which was great, the leading lady was wonderful and her dancing was very expressive. The guy on guitar was a really laid back native american who welcomed us to his family and thanked us for ...
... branches. I started the day with my new resolution to yoga and felt good for stretching out after several pedestrian days in the van. Each Thursday Rowan and I have joined the locals in the market. Its a huge event in terms of sheer quantity of vegetables changing hands! We've learned that you collect a ticket (like we used to at deli counter in supermarkets and Start-rite shoe fittings at the end of August) and ...
Day 2- Being cloudy next day we decided to explore the nearby town of Malaga. Our
first stop was the Gibralfaro, the most conspicuous structure in the city. A
steep climp uphill gives you fantastic panoramic views of the city. On its
outskirts is the Alcazaba a palatial fortification. Both of these like many
Other places to stay in Málaga
Centro, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $103
Churriana, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $96
- The Rudest Reception, I have ever encountered!!!!
- Self-contained resort right on the Mediterranean
- Hotel Tryp Guadalmar
Plaza de Toros Vieja, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $110
Carretera de Cádiz, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $136
Makro, Málaga | 3 star hotelfrom $72
Centro, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $98
Parque Ayala, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $85
C/. de la Residencia S/N, Málaga | 3 star hotelfrom $1,307
Perchel Norte, Málaga | 2 star hotelfrom $59
Centro Histórico, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $142
- Molina Lario is fab!
- We loved this modern, elegant hotel!
- Nice hotel
Centro, Málaga | 3 star hotelfrom $86
- Great location in historic district
- Great choice for a short stay
- Very good
La Caleta, Málaga | 3 star hotelfrom $98
La Trinidad, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $89
- It was okay but
- Nice Hotel in a Convenient Location
- Nice, but not 4 star
Málaga-Este, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $98
Carretera de Cádiz, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $103
Churriana, Málaga | 3 star hotelfrom $65
Centro, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $102
Carretera de Cádiz, Málaga | 2 star hotelfrom $50
Vega de Oro, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $126
Centro, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $118
Ensanche Centro, Málaga | 3 star hotelfrom $85
- Great value, great location, very clean
- Nice little hotel
- A very nice hotel in all respects
Centro, Spicer | Hotelfrom $84
Centro, Málaga | 4 star hotelfrom $128
- Great Location
- 2 Star, Maybe
Centro, Málaga | 3 star hotelfrom $66
Centro, Málaga | 3 star hotelfrom $26