Califa Hotel I
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... takes the A-Team on a different path and we prepare to make our way back with Lyndon. I take a quick look back an watch a young girl on a moped ride across the river and head off up the rocky hill in a t-shirt, shorts and flip flops. Well don't I feel like an amateur.
We ride for another hour or so and the Pink Team all make it back in one piece with no major injuries. After getting out of our protective gear the A-Team arrive and we all have a ...
Well, Rasta and I were very excited to wake up to a bright, sunny morning in Malaga, and we couldn’t wait to explore! This incredibly old city was founded by the Phoenicians in 770BC as Malaka, and has been influenced greatly both archaeologically and architecturally by the Roman, Arabic and Christian eras spanning a history of almost 2,800 years. It is located on Costa del Sol (Coast of the Sun) of ...
... We spent a few hours down there, loving the sun as we hadn't lay out in it for quite a few weeks now and need to work on our tan for the next month of beaches! Finally we decided we were looking pink enough and went to find some nice grass and shade to lay under, read and dry off.
Stopped in at the bar and had a really refreshing mojito. Headed home, showered and Tao made a few different Thai dishes for dinner. They were all so good!
About 10pm Sarah and I headed out to ...
... was trying to get my back pack. Leaving Gibraltar there was another line up to get thru customs. Not as long tho but all a bit stupid and just one exit lane for all the traffic to merge into.
After a quick dash to the supermarket, I hit the road to go inland towards Ronda on my journey towards Seville. I chose the scenic route and it was a good choice. Excellent drive! Although some points were a bit nerve wracking with skinny lanes (or no lanes) ...
... along the Alameda Principal. I’m not exactly sure what it was for but it seemed like half of Malaga was here to watch it. We finished our day in Malaga with a lovely coffee and pastry at a café before walking the market stalls and then getting the shuttle bus back to the ship.
Another option here n Malaga is the horse and carriage rides. From what I could tell it is 30 Euros and they do a similar loop, like ...