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... church. I almost wish I weren’t in such a rush to get home so I could enjoy this town at my leisure. Marbella has truly been a welcome surprise after coming expecting a generic beach boardwalk. 1000. The End of A Four Year Saga (Spa 070, 11A-147) Estapona, July 16, 2011 Day 462: 12 hours, 6.4 kms A stroll and a swim on a windswept coast--with a quirky little "old town/tourist trap" as ...
So firstly I want to give you some insight into how much Spanish I actually know and at what level I was when i arrived. Before i arrived in Malaga i had always wanted to learn Spanish and 2 years prior i decided to start self studying. I downloaded an app called Duolingo and still use this wonderful piece of software to this day. The app is very fun for keen language learners and offers a really cool interface for Web, iPhone, and Android so you can learn on the go. ...
... lip of the gorge before heading to the bullring a few blocks away. Bullfighting in Ronda takes place in September and probably wouldn't interest us but being in the center of a real bullring was a first for us. The Bullring complex also included a couple of very good museums. The Ronda bullring looked small to us but has seating for 4000. As easy as the drive to Ronda was, the drive back DOWN to the coast was ...
... are lined with bars and shops. The large streets are lit up all year round and very pretty at night. Our hotel was just off a main street on the edge of the old town, by the harbour. A great base to explore the town from.
We ate a lovely meal to celebrate David's birthday in the sun, in a restaraunt by the old port. Which has been made glamourous and chic, with new spaces opened up alongside its edge. A lovely undulating sun roof runs alongside the quayside, ...
... birds, and of course the sweat trickling down our backs from the high heat and humidity.
The guide showed us the difference between chrysalis (where butterflies emerge) and cocoons (where moths emerge). We learned that the butterflies were daytime insects and the moths were night time insects. Some of the chrysalis were just glorious; one was completely gold,and a drab, ...