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... very painful prospect of somehow getting 800 miles up the coast to Nice, where the ship next docks, without clothes or probably much money.
It's very cruel to mock, but let's be honest They've got over six hours ashore, most people made in time, so why not them? But anyway, now you know all about the Malaga Marathon and you also know why I never go ashore when the ship docks.
As a liitle bonus I've added a few extra pictures at the bottom of this page.
... it’s good school…it’ll do” - we are saying “this all happened for a reason so that we could find this incredible perfect fit of a school!”
In the end…the trip was just everything we could ever hope for and more.
Sure it wasn’t all roses…. The travel there was a bit rough - delayed plane, long lines, unexpected airport repacking of our bags (nothing like pulling out panties and bras on the floor of the airport) as ...
... 8211; under 45p / litre - unheard of!.
Enjoying our windfall we headed east. The wind isn't extremely favourable but we did get a slow gentle sail in.
We were heading for the marina but in the end decided to anchor off one of the beaches in
Wednesday 17 June
We moved into the marina in the morning. Not as cheap as we thought it would be. It's
priced similar to the one in the middle, which is full, therefore this one acts as ...
... bottle and was
borderline tipsy. Like most Spanish restaurants, we also were given olives and
a breadbasket. These extras were much needed after noticing that our paella
only included two giant prawns, baby prawns, mini chopped squid, and some baby
clams. It was safe to say that the meal was not filling, but at least the taste
was up to par.
At some point during our exploration, we passed by the incredible Atarazanas market.
... branches. I started the day with my new resolution to yoga and felt good for stretching out after several pedestrian days in the van. Each Thursday Rowan and I have joined the locals in the market. Its a huge event in terms of sheer quantity of vegetables changing hands! We've learned that you collect a ticket (like we used to at deli counter in supermarkets and Start-rite shoe fittings at the end of August) and ...