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... it's sand is a shade of grey and littered with cigarette buts. There were a lot of cats living amongst the rock wall next to the beach. Today we went to the Picasso museum. It was interesting but it does astound me how much one can read into a painting. I think his work is very interesting and am amazed that he continued to paint until the day before he died. In the same building ...
... forced to check bags that we thought we were carrying on. Then there was the crazy GPS on the rental car that lead us to be lost (more than once) and some other little things.
We did stay at a super cool resort thing though, with a beautiful apartment and pools. They had this cafe/bar on site that was invaded by Brits and Scots - and we ate there a few times (great food) and played Bingo and Trivia, made some friends and - won some money. Our winnings came from the on the one ...
Hello, Malaga is not a very photographic city. So not photos in this entry. I spent the morning at three different Picasso museums. The first one had no art, but was about his childhood here in Malaga and a few artifacts. The 2nd had a few prints and was interesting and the 3rd was extensive! Just when I ought I was through there were more rooms. Wonderful prints and paintings from early ...
So, I'm not even sure if anyone is still reading this?! If they are then, wow, good on you. I would have given up ages ago! So we have made it. Three months of busses, boats, trains. Three months of hostels, apartments and airport kips. Three months of Jed! Well, technically it's four if you count London/ Devon and I guess I should as he was with me almost everyday! There was of corse Kate, Brett and Yasher in Greece and Steph for Spain! But ...
... Spain - I challenge any marketeer to create a logo to promote a brand that is so universally liked that the country adopts it as their own. In 1994, the Roads Ministry ruled that they needed to be removed as they were a distraction to drivers. There was a public outcry, a "Save the Osborne bull" campaign. The Supreme Court ruled in favour of the bull!
So what about the Catalans, who are part of Spain but don't want to be, who ...