Hotel Cortijo Bravo
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1273. End of the Superhike, for Now (Spain 077) Velez Malaga, June 22, 2012, Day 102 8 hours, 16.3 kms Next morning I’m very, very sore. After a nearly 40 km hike in scorching heat, up steep hills, wearing lousy shoes I think I kind of overdid it yesterday, and now I’m going to have to really slow down my pace to recover. I do need to take advantage of the cooler morning hours, so I head on my way and before too long I’m approaching Malaga proper. To ...
... an exhibition of Louise Bourgeois exhibiting her work and a pictorial exhibition of her life. Her work is very thought provoking and some of it is extremely provocative. Not much else for today. Think that I'm a bit over Spain, I really haven't enjoyed Malaga much, very touristy, dirty and busy. I find that at this point in time I'm longing for home. I hope that Ronda lifts my ...
We decided not to go to Granda as we couldn't get tickets to Alhambra and there isn't much else to do there that we have not already done on this trip. We decided instead to head to Málaga, which is located on the southern coast of Spain. We took an 11:00 train to Málaga, and arrived around 1:30. We checked into the apartment then headed to lunch then to the Picasso museum. Later we went to El Palo beach for a ...
... reminds be of happy hours during the 70s, only now all the performers and audience are IN their 70s (not really, but some are for sure) playing rock and roll though so all good. At this jam, there's usually a professional band who are more than willing to let the amateurs join them on stage to sing or play instruments. The only problem is it's the same people who get up at all of these music venues and their repertoire ...
... nurseries for Lewis and found Snoopy 1 which was great as it is two streets away from Alex's school, so easy life for drop off and pick up. We filled in our forms and handed them back, but everyday I've walked past the nursery and looked through the window to see kids staring out the window and I felt so unhappy I could have cried. It looked like those old peoples homes where they're all just sat around in chairs staring at each other! But instead it was babies ...