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Imogen and I were left to ourselves in Malaga; all our tour guides had left and Ruben was at work.
We made our way into the city for lunch, after all the greasy tapas I was quite excited to devour my Mexican salad at the port. It was quite a cultural experience; the restaurants were all joined in one section, offering us Greek, Indian, Mexican or Argentinian Grill.
Malaga has a rich Moorish past with a well preserved Alcazaba in its ...
... would be enough to get in and have at least one drink. We tracked down the same guy, he was leading another family there so we tagged along but once we got the the bar another guy came out and grabbed him. Told us we would get two drinks and a shot for 10 euro's. Sweet. The guy who first found us turned around, in Spanish he was telling the other guy that he bought us here and the other guy grabbed me and pulled me in to get in, we apologised to the first guy… hope he got ...
... in Spanish to them, they haven't even heard of Australia. One person thought it was a town in northern Spain.
So yeah most of Malaga was a joke; just getting wasted, sweating profusely in the heat, enduring reggaeton music at the clubs, staying out till sunrise, then sleeping till the afternoon. Only other stuff we did was hit the beach, with its ****** sand and ...
... a real awareness of landslides during or after heavy rain. Thankfully we arrive safe and sound and park Sharron next to the railway station which pleases John no end. When it stops raining, we take a stroll up the mountain through beautiful pine forests and muddy streams. We pass by a waterfall the colour of coffee from all the rain washing down the mud from the hillsides. Some new age hippies have set up a shack serving meals and offering overnight accommodation. We chat ...
... mainly to get the layout of the city and decide where we want go on future visits. Our first stop is at Plaza del Santiago where we go into the Parish Church of Santiago and are immediately greeted by an elderly Spanish couple. The husband greets us like long lost friends and kindly offers to show us around this small church pointing out the various highlights. He insists that we enter a small door to side of the altar so we can get a close up view of the statue of the madonna. ...
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