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... from the 11th century. It was built on a Roman town; the Roman ampitheatre that was discovered in 1951 just outside its entrance is an interesting juxtaposition to the Islamic architecture. The Alcazaba is made up of towers, mosques and buildings and surprisingly beautiful gardens within its walls.
In the evening we arranged our transport tickets for the remainder of our time in Spain.
To thank Rubens parents for their ...
... people watch and listen to music. The Spanish seem fantastic at having well placed street performers to add atmosphere to the area.
We spent time re-packing and cleaning up for the trip until Ruben returned home.
As it was Imogens 25th birthday we arranged a booking at a restaurant; as far as she knew it was something special for our last night together. Ruben snuck into the local supermarket for a ...
... sorry.. We got given a big fury jacket and chucked into the ice room. It was pretty funny, quite small, a cooler with an extra room pretty much haha. Wasn't too cold, had to wait awhile for drinks, the guy was in no rush to serve anyone, he was mostly busy mopping the floor. Finally got a "cocktail" each and our shot. Weren't too bad, no ice cups tho. Just paper Pepsi ones haha. We drank those drinks then lined up for the next ones, I had no idea what the guy was saying to me but ...
From Valencia I took a train to Malaga, on the south coast of Spain. There I met up with a mate from school, Elliott, and a few of his mates – Danesh, Danny and Gabriel. We had rented an apartment for the week for feria – Malaga's annual festival. Malaga is quite nice, but the festival itself is a joke. There is no main event/ceremony unifying the celebrations. Day ...
... was nice. There were lots of people sunbathing. Greg went to check the water temperature, but it wasn't very warm, apparently. I would think on a hot day like today (32 degrees! Yay!!), you would want to go have a dip?
We were hoping to find a nice place for lunch along the beach, but there were only some beach bar/cafe type of places and prices were not very good for what it is. So we went back to the Alcazaba area and found a ...
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