Hilton Garden Inn Malaga
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... Steve, Barnsey and myself.
The format was we ride some trails and then when it came to a climb Lyndon would demonstrate and we'd all follow or it was deemed too technical only the A-Team would attempt it and the Pink Team would take the easier route round. The morning was going well but then Steve's clutch cable snapped and John had to return to base for a new one which left Lyndon on his own with both groups. Queue the chaos.
The problems ...
Well, Rasta and I were very excited to wake up to a bright, sunny morning in Malaga, and we couldn’t wait to explore! This incredibly old city was founded by the Phoenicians in 770BC as Malaka, and has been influenced greatly both archaeologically and architecturally by the Roman, Arabic and Christian eras spanning a history of almost 2,800 years. It is located on Costa del Sol (Coast of the Sun) of ...
... and a cake called "Buenos Aires" that was essentially whipped cream, cake, caramel, and bananas. It was so good! Then we wandered around the city, and snuck into a hotel (a Marriott, no less) to go to its rooftop to watch the sunset. Then we meandered up the main "strip" where all of the Málagans seem to go to have fun on the weekends as it is essentially an outdoor mall, window shopped, and called it a night by laying on the couch (perks of the Air BNB!).
... All this to minimize the animal's suffering. We WILL come back to Spain, and I WILL see a bullfight.
The Flamenco was incredible. The guide told us these were real Flamenco dancers, not the ones who perform for tourists. We had gone to the Flamenco exhibition on the ship and he is clearly correct. I'll let the videos speak for themselves!
Our final day on board was at sea. We played Bingo for the last time and went to Shogun for a sushi lunch for Vicki's birthday. We had plans for the Japanese steakhouse later that night. We packed up our suitcases, went to dinner, saw the final show called Elements, and went to the casino. I got there just a few short hours after the German couple that had been stalking my play ...