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For our third week on Costa del Sol (coast of the sun) It was a great pleasure to be able to show off Andalusia at last to old New Zealand friends who have been promising to come for at ...
... a 20min walk made all the more better by flat roads and no boots. It was a quick six hours, a few beers, some sun, something to eat and we appeared to be off. It wasn't quite like that, we talked, we caught up, we found out all the Swansea gossip and then we were off. My T shirt sun tan may well become a craze in the costa del sol but I'll wait and see. Back to the airport and into the lounge (I'm an international traveler) before joining the flight for home and yes, we were the last ones ...
Adios Africa, a ferry back to Tarifa to see of Jake is still there! Left him on the side of the road next to a skate park so a serious amount of doubt was creeping in! An with such amazing relief he was fine Issue # 2, on the way from Lagos to Tarifa the clutch started to give an is now truly farked.. Can get a few gears but gear changes are dodge.. Decided to hightail 130km to Malaga where is a large iveco truck workshop. Got there okayish.. Into the shop in ...
... region. I know we keep saying that but when you hear about a church that took 250 years to build - and you realise that that's almost as long as NZ has been colonised - and you walk along the riverside port that Christopher Columbus set sail from to discover America in the 1400s, it is a very sobering experience.
Some other interesting tidbits of information:
- Seville bred 3 Roman emperors
- Explorers that we learnt about at school - ...
... the little nearby villages and the town of Nerja itself. All very white and a lot of steep narrow streets, with quite a European tourist culture. I've geared a lot of French,German and Scandanavian accents as I walk around
We have had a wee learning curve with certain things...the buses of course! Always a challenge. We bought return tickets to a nearby village but outsmarted ourselves when we saw the bus drive off from the OTHER side of the street