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... br> And on that note…..Tomorrow (Saturday) we arrive in Valencia for the day. We leave the ship on Sunday in Barcelona at 9am (UGH). So the sojourn over the Atlantic and now Meditreanean Seas draws to its close…..heavy sigh.
I most likely will continue writing about our escapades under a new title (something catchy – same website)…if we can figure out what happened to our device! Is there a Microsoft store ...
... GO! You won’t be disappointed.
I failed to mention, docked quite near us it the Oasis of the Seas. HUGE! Four-thousand of your closest friends with two-thousand crew….6-thousand people! That’s a village! I think our ship can fit in their atrium. NO THANK YOU! This is as big as I’ll ever go, thank you very much.
Time for some more observations….
This ship is beautiful, big ...
... that's out of our control and in the hands of the Indian embassy. I'll once again be dragging Jed around various parts of Devon and Cornwall where my crazy family reside...add in a few days up in Norfolk and throw in a quick trip to London before we head off again. This time Jed will head to Croatia for a sailing trip, and me to India. Then after two weeks Jed will fly out to Mumbai and meet with Fiona and I for a month of India. Bring it ...
... to move to our meeting point and then the others all came so we managed to get away on time.
Back to Malaga
Going back to Malaga, I nodded off for a while and felt quite refreshed and next thing I heard was that there would be a quick restroom stop for those who wanted one so three of us got off and when I came back, Doug was in the window seat and the young boy who was sitting in front of Doug before I alighted had put his seat ...
... with green spaces and gardens. At the top of the walk, was the entrance to the castle ruins.
The palace is in a commanding spot overlooking the sea on one side and the valley inland. The valley is now completely inhabited and as we walked around the top of the walls of the castle one could see all the various important areas of Malaga. Restoration and maintenance efforts continue and this attraction was worth the effort of the walk.