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... the side from where invaders would approach, and provided a view over Cagliari - Tower of San Pancrazio.
Our favourite port was Malaga in Spain. Malaga is a very clean city with wide pedestrian streets paved in shiny granite, Las Ramas being the most famous where all the designer shops such as Cartier, Boss, Gucchi, Armani attract tourists. We eventually 'did' the walk...down the middle, well away from temptation! We turned off Las Ramas and wandered the streets ...
... door, built over Roman ruins now exposed by archeologists. Then after a noisy street parade passed by we took a random narrow street that lead to a random square to arrive at a Sunday art market. Two young girls were being sketched by an artist and Heather realized that they were granddaughters of the B&B lady from Doolin, Ireland. They were staying with granny at the time and said they were ...
... rather than a bang. There were a few people in the lobby, but no final group photo or anything to formally mark the end. Indeed I felt lucky later to just bump into some of our people emerging from the elevator who directed me to where a group was sitting outside enjoying a drink. At least I then had company for dinner as I checked off a few more items (tapas, paella) on my to-do list.
Waking with yet another Barcelonian hangover we were determined to still have our tourist day. After our tips from Richard we had circles and dots all over our map. Due to waking up at lunch time we decided to only do half of the tourist spots today and half tomorrow. First on our list was the Barclona Archway. The Arc de Triomf is a memorial arch built as the main access gate for the ...
... opportunity, I will be forever grateful!! Adios Spain!!!!! And "Buen Camino" to all those about to begin their camino, and those who have decided to have one in the future. For those who haven't considered it....think about it, you wont regret it!!!! It will change you in some way, but thats a good thing! We continue to grow throughout our lives and this will give you a great time-out for that opportunity. Meanwhile, I have just over 17,000 km to travel today/tomorrow....so off I ...