AGH Estepona Hotel & Spa
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Second wedding of the month, how could we turn down a bit of sunshine in Estepona?! Mum and Dad came along too to spend some time with us.
We picked up the real flashy car and headed to the apartment we had rented for the next five days. We had a walk down to the beach bar and grabbed some food and a few drinks then headed into the old town to explore. A few more drinks later and a bit of tapas later we all stumbled back to the ...
Many reindeer games today!
Scoped out the Art Gallery and the Casino. Played Bingo. Didn't win.
And then there were two for one Mojitoes! Since I can count on my one hand how many times I've drank in the last couple years, it wasn't long and I couldn't really even count!
If I drunk texted, so sorry! Damn global phone!
There's a reason I don't drink while gambling....:(
It got late out for sure. ...
... be then some clever businessmen will have conveniently created some other places around it to collect the backlog.
Myth: “You will catch a fatal disease”
Not anything more dangerous that you won’t catch from the toilet seat in your shared office bathroom or kitchen down your local restaurant. Yes, I had a malaria-scare in Tanzania, got bitten to death by bed-bugs in New Zealand and contracted Salmonella in Thailand ...
... before; with my unruly curls, half a dozen shabby wrist bands and uber baggy pants bargained from some random market in Timbuktu. They can normally be spotted wearing some sort of headscarf and/or dreadlock and travelling with nothing but a well-worn backpack and a flimsy patchwork side-bag probably hand-made by some blind orphan during their "Gap Yah".
The Souvenir – aka “let’s wear everything we just bought whilst ...
... but we didn't feel pressured to buy. We found a suitable cafe for our morning coffee and were charmed by the proprietor, who offered to take a photograph of us. Lunch was taken on board ship, then it was back into Corfu for another couple of hours in the afternoon. During lunchtime the Costa Magica came into port and tied up across the other side of the quay from us. It towered over our little ship and disgorged hundreds of people. When we had cast ...