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It was our Last day in Nerja today and what better way to spend it but on the beach soaking up some last rays of beautiful warm sunshine before heading to very cold Geneva. On the second hand lady's instructions we walked to the east and found another very nice beach. This one was long and stretched far along the coast with cliffs towering in the distance. It was a beautiful sight to see with the mountains in one direction and the ...
... San Rafael Hospital and the St John of God Hospital. Today we had the opportunity to visit Casa Los Pisa, the place where John was nursed in his last days. It is now a museum to the memory of John and the Order of Brothers of St John of God which was established after he died. We celebrated a intimate Eucharist lead by Father Joe Parkinson in the room in which John died. It was an opportunity to reflect on John's ...
... oil). They charged him 1 Euro for the butter...lesson learned for Tommy :) I predict he will not order butter!
We did the paseo and found the English area here. It is nice to hear people speaking English even if it is the King's English. They were eating fried cod and mashers. It is 9:30 pm and still bright as day. We are heading back down to get an apple tart for Tommy.
... Granada once we'd seen our hostel. It is the kind of love that prompts shamefully soppy poetry and thirteen-year-old girls to graffiti their diaries with hearts and "4evas" - consider yourself warned. Even if it weren't for the three-story-bunkbeds, the tree house, people lazily reading in the hammocks or jamming with bongo drums, guitars and harmonicas in the chill out room; even if the bar didn't play everything from Miles Davis to ...