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... in the Americas and wonder why we are here in the built up hubbub of this continent. That being there is so much history and antiquity built into everyday life in Europe that it is an experience on its own.
We will be off to Morocco very soon, so that will be yet another experience. Planning our journey for the following 12 months has been exciting and interesting, there are so many options we need to settle on one direction and go from there. Our plan has been ...
... a fabulous four days and my only complaints would be the men and the mosquitoes (very similar actually), and the fact that I didn’t have someone close to me to enjoy this magical city by the sea with...maybe next time as I definitely intend on revisiting this place in the future and encourage anyone who has the chance to do the same. So much to see, explore, enjoy and discover. Satisfaction guaranteed!
... book this region on the Southeast side of Spain known as Costa del Sol has gone through some tough economic times in the past few years which has seen pollution of the water ways and a migration of English citizens that creates a tension between the locals and the vacationers. Apparently a lot of ex pats buy homes in this region as well.
It was 1000 when I arrived into Nerja so I stopped into this little beach restaurant for ...
... pictures literally do no justice.
The little town of Nerja is probably my favorite of all of the places that we have been so far. It was a beach town or Spain's version of a beach town. We had lunch and I had a Spanish tortilla which is pretty much an omelet with potatoes and ham in it. It was good.
The food variety in Spain in zero. It is literally the same menu everywhere you go, the only thing that changes in the prices. I was ...
... 4 hours to do those 5km from Nerja (although admittedly 90 minutes of the 4 hours has been spent sitting on the ground gasping for breath and trying to recover some kind of mental stability before tackling the next set of scree and pricklies).
There's a good path from here onwards, part of which is a motorable track serving the Pinarillos picnic area and the Fuente del Esparto. The picnic area, which is often well-used, is deserted ...