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Beach bum life! Today we spent the entire day on the beach. We rented lounge chairs and umbrellas and relaxed. It was a refreshing day. Jayden, the youngest of the group, went crazy between the beach and pool. It was hard to pull him away to get ready for dinner. It was also Michelle's birthday! The family went out to dinner and ice cream to celebrate. After a few of us went out for birthday drinks. We kept it relatively chill since we have an early morning for a day trip to ...
... cross the runway! I've only seen that happen before in Sumburgh airport in the Shetlands.
2 Hours drive back the A-7 to Torremolinos because tomorrow my navigation team are swapping over and I want to be near Malaga airport. Found a campsite in the town and after settling in we walked the 2 km to beach. I don’t know why I was surprised but it definitely was the busiest beach ...
... and plazas, lunch in Plaza de la Merced, cathedral and another art gallery. As we had experienced a few years ago in Spain, entrance to the galleries was either free or very cheap and they were all immaculately presented. We departed at 10:30pm, having enjoyed a spa and pre dinner drink on our lower promenade deck and after dinner, a movie. A calm and warm evening whilst docked. We ate sardines and tomato bread with jamon for lunch, ...
... them. The girl who had appeared in the middle of the night (Stacye) said "sure" we had a bit of a chat and then, I settled in for about half an hour of conversation. Which concluded with me mentioning the hostel. To which the blonde girl replied "are you staying in our hostel?" This was met with a strong silence, from both Stacye and I. Because, what do you say to that... After a few conversations, one that very morning, and having been welcomed to join them on the beach. I ...
... unemployment rate. Many people are only earning 800 Euros a month and the rent for an apartment in Malaga is 400 Eu’s. In Spain one of the things they have done is begun charging admission to the great cathedrals, treating them as museums. So the tours apparently don’t take you in any longer.
In Malaga you can see remnants of Phoenician, Greek, Carthagenian and Roman civilizations (see Cartagena blog for more ramblings on ...