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... After tapas he took me around the city and showed me some cool street art and the underground side of Malaga which was really cool also. Day 8 - I was invited by the girl I met in the 1st couple of days to her home town near Campanillas (a small village 20 min away from Malaga centre). So after a long extensive search for the correct bus and boarding a bus in the wrong direction I finally found my bus to Campanillas. I boarded the bus and caught it to where her ...
... exciting. We kicked ourselves for not returning the same way. Even though the roadways are excellent as reported previously- its just that they are carved out of the rock and looking over the edge is disconcerting.
Our second big drive was to Cordoba (Cordova), a UNESCO World Heritage Site, about 2 hours drive west and north from Triana through the foothills of the Sierra Morena mountains, one of the largest ...
We also ate at El Pimpi's- a local favourite which has huge barrels of sherries and other aperitivos as part of its design in the its traditonal but trendy interior. But even at this time of year, when its sunny but with a cool breeze, everyone is outside!
From Malaga we went to Marbella and stayed just outside in campsite next to the beach. This is about an hour and a halfs scenic drive, along a road which hugs the coast, right next to ...
... 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 ...
... fighting for their independence for 150 years....how do they feel about this very iconic Spanish bull? Well, there was a 14 metre high, 4 tonne Osborne bull dominating the Barcelona countryside. In three hours, Catalan militants managed to saw through its four cast iron legs and bring it crashing to the ground....this symbol of Spain...this advert for Osborne brandy!!!
Don't you just love the Spanish - we do!