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... had yesterday, but the beach had not been cleaned up as it had at our last stop.
Will judge properly after we’ve toured the old town tomorrow.
Oh, must comment on our morning coffee break, picture attached. Per Penny it was the best dessert she’d ever had and she got 3 for the price of 1 (or so it seemed).
A few more polytunnels on the way, but mainly back to orange trees, even in the city, picture attached.
... a better look and realized the hair was one of many and they all were attached to the subcutaneous layer of my bacon. My bacon was hairy. Hairy bacon. I don’t know why, but all my adventurous eating will went straight out the window. I couldn’t do it. It is just my luck that the next day we would be leaving for Moroc and we wouldn’t see bacon again for a month – or alcohol either for the most part. Oh, well, it’s time for a liver detox ...
... a nice long walk along the east beach and up through the alley ways, taking lots of photos of little terrace houses with flowers hanging everywhere and interesting street art. The wind then picked up and it got a bit cold. Paul was only wearing shorts! So we returned back to our hostel, it was about 8pm by this time, and here we are: Paul is drawing designs for his business and I have been writing the blog. And finally people, I am completely up to date!! YAY!! Good night ...
... parts from the beach) and if it isn’t a highway, it’s multi-storey apartments rising up over the ocean. This aside however, Nerja was one of the nicer towns we’ve seen along there. As we walked through town, I almost heard more foreign languages being spoken than Spanish. At the local newsstands, you can buy your daily paper in German, English and Dutch at a minimum.
After enjoying the viewpoint, we ambled over to Playa ...
... remember who there were, and what they've forgotten. She writes:
'I realize that we all long to be recognized for who we truly are.
Without being seen as what we truly are, something fundamental is missing. We are run by fear. When we know who we are, we trust our choices. Risk is easier because what we are risking is based on the strength and clarity that comes ...