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I suspect there will just be one more entry after this so whilst I have a quick moment on our last night in Sayalonga it would seem a good time to thank a few folk who have made it all possible!
In true Oscars fashion and in no particular order obviously :
To my sister Kathy for giving me the peace of mind to leave for such ...
As stated, there's no direct flights from Santiago back to the UK and so the options were Santiago - Madrid - London, Santiago - Barcelona - Cardiff or Santiago - Malaga - Cardiff, we obviously chose the latter. Leaving Galicia was double edged, I love the area, the people, the food but I'm shocked at the decline. I'm also so looking forward to seeing family in Benalmadena especially my niece that I haven't seen in over a year except on FaceTime. We arrived in Malaga at around 2:30am, ...
... an may be able to eat it fixed in a day?! Unbelievable! Sadly as work previously done the clutch wasn't what they expected so would have to wait till the next day... An €900 euros later we are ready to go again!! Woop woop! While waiting for jake checked out a Picasso museum an another one of Spain's beautiful beaches full of stunning topless babes And with 2 days past can now claim got through Morocco without the *****!! Bout 70% of the tour group ...
- Spain's civil war was as recent as 1936 (just before WWII); i.e. it wasn't that long ago, relatively speaking
Oh well, it's another day tomorrow so stay tuned for further updates.
Meanwhile, we're all piling on the weight with all the eating and drinking. Price of food is on par with NZ while drink is generally cheap. I've tried the national drink, Sangria, but I think I'll stick to my beers.
... else! Malaga is currently celebrating "Los 10 dias de la seta". If I say that this translates directly as "The 10 days of the mushroom", you will start to get my drift!
Having gone through Christmas, New Year and the Festival of the Three Kings on 6 Jan, Malaga decided that three weeks was enough downtime, so 12 restauranteurs got together and decided to organise a 10 day event to "highlight the richness of the native ...
- Wheelchair accessibility