Hotel Cortijo de la Reina
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... drivers are a little crazy! A mini would have been much more appropriate!
After settling into our accommodation we went for a walk to explore Malaga & get some caches. There are some lovely old buildings & the main street is quite pretty but otherwise the roads/ sidewalks are a little dangerous as following road rules in Spain would appear to be ...
... 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 ...
... it is just the same. The streets are packed with people drinking and chatting. A large portion of these people are under 18; it's easy to get away with underage drinking at feria. You turn down an alleyway to find a young couple making out. 5 metres away, there is a drunk guy ******* against the wall. By the early afternoon, the streets are lined with filth, **** and rubbish. ...
... At one point I am stuck and cannot move forward or back without risk of slipping. I ask the German behind me if I can hold onto his hand, and I take Johns in front. I do think had said german been anything of a gentleman, he would have already offered it to me. Just as I reach the safety of un muddy ground, the whole group of krauts behind me surge forwards, I catch a lady from falling, but the man who's hand I had held onto goes splat down more or less face first ...
FRIGILIANA to MANILVA
The plan is yet again thwarted in Frigiliana because of the rain. It is a beautiful pueblo blanco in the mountains where I have planned a ridge walk entitled The Moor and his Parrot. We explore the old town on foot of course soon after we arrive and take a ride on the Wally Wagon, the McDonald train we call it. We plan to start out mid morning the next day and walk the 10 or so kilometres followed possibly by a beer and tapas in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility