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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... beach and dirty area, we’ll move on tomorrow to Marbella and back to the ACSI book.
We did find a new camping book, so we’ve got better choices now and a book on Seville and Andalusia which looks really informative.
Mark would like to mention that he cooked Spanish Chorizo sausage on the BBQ this evening and it was very nice. To be fair we’ve had some ...
Total distance travelled from Santos: 5439 nautical miles
It wasn't the sunshine that woke me from my slumber to a sunny Malaga at 8:15am, it was a noise coming from our balcony. As I drew back the balcony curtains, the furniture had been stacked. Having only recently recovered from an Exorcist themed dream, an immediate thought would have been the scene from poltergeist if it wasn't for the dividing gate between balconies on this deck. Ours was unlocked and ajar. As ...
... some of the conversation. To be fair when i really concentrate i can understand about 30% sometimes more if they speak slowly, but there were instances in where i understood almost all of what they were talking about. I found that the best way to listen is to listen to people who are learning also because their accent is similar and they speak slowly and have similar vocabulary to you also. So when the English girl was talking i could understand most of what she ...
... surprised us, but we were getting used to that. I would love to come back one day to discover this area of Spain further. I am writing this back on the ship at the pool bar. It's when you get on the ship at the end of a day sightseeing that you appreciate it. The kids are swimming and I am having a nice cold Heineken. Di is having a dry white and we are about to leave Malaga to head towards Casablanca. About ...
The final stop on our road trip was Málaga for two nights. We continued to be treated to gorgeous Andalusian landscapes on the way. We saw white-washed towns clinging to the tops of mountains, olive groves, emerald-green rivers, and the largest wind turbines on the planet. We took the coastal road and found ourselves looking down steep cliffs at the beautiful, turquoise Mediterranean Sea. We decided our lunch stop should include a ...