El Balcon de las Nieves
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Thursday 18 June
After someprovisioning we left the marina and headed east. We ended upanchoring east of Malaga. There was a bit of swell so the flopperstopper was out and we tried another anchoring technique which should in theory keep us facing the swell. As there was very little to no,
wind it didn't.
Friday 19 June
After a not sopleasant nights sleep – we've had worse but this was just theoccasional ...
... pubs, Irish bars and clubbing to all hours, but beyond the coast line it has so much more to offer. Guilty of partaking in one or two of the above (well all, apart from the clubbing) we've grown to appreciate its surrounding beauty in the not too far away hills. The towering folds of the Andalucían Mountains visible from everywhere you go, wrap around you like a comforting blanket and rival anywhere we’ve seen for beauty, especially this time ...
... br> Our guide is very,
As it just begun,
to start raining,
It gets better,
as it gets wetter,
And the thrill of the 'Alhamb-era' is waning...
Take me home,
..I hate Alhambra,
Take me home,
..just leave Granada,
Take me where,
the sun does shine...
and Life is good and I feel happy all the time...
... 9pm enjoying dinner and conversation. Granada continues an old Spanish tradition of giving patrons a plate of tapas (de la dia) gratis with each drink. One night we had slices of ham and cole slaw with our wine. Another night it was fried sardines and cabbage.
Our first day in Granada was marked with drizzle and cool temperatures, but none of us minded, because we had heat in the house and wine could be purchased a mere 200 meters from the front door. We wandered around ...
Being a transition day the focus is on that ... meeting the train, train to destination la la. So a slow morning breakfasting, packing, squaring away the flat, taking out the garbage (something the Spanish are particular about) and checking one last time ... a worthwhile procedure.
Our host was taking us to the train, what a luxury and she was late, watch the pressure gauge rise.
The station process is as per ...