La Fuente del Sol Hotel
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... Day 2 of Malaga in summary – nuts and hills
Glorious day and for us a touristy one. Picked up a very helpful guide from the tourist information shop. Made our way round the old town going in the Cathedral, Alcazaba and Castillo, meeting the King on the way.
The Cathedral was beautiful, we’ve taken some photos but they won’t do it justice.
The Alcazaba was different, a bit touristy probably. The plaza ...
Okay, so the secret is out. I have been behind on my blogs….so we have been to Paris and been to Spain and are now back up North and in Prague.
Yeah, I suck. But the issue is, we are doing this whirlwind touring thing - and between work and being a full time tourist…it is hard to find the time for blogging!
So, quick catch up.
We didn’t want to go to Paris. I know that sound ridiculous. Snobby ass tourists. Who doesn’t want to go to Paris? ...
... I minded. The pit stop at the hostel turned into a diversion of 'small talk' (cough, cough). I also received some travel advice there about nearby cities like Marbella. What was the most pressing question at the hostel? "Do you know how worn your shoes are?" I laugh every time I think about this question! After much distraction, dinner call had already passed and I was still yearning for another meal. When it's close to midnight in Málaga, options are limited. We wound ...
... we bashed paint onto the three arches. It looks amazing! Getting back to the garden has been rather painful. I struggled to paint the narrow but hugely long strip around the pool, which seemed to take hours. 3hours to undercoat! We moaned and groaned and ate chocolate like sugar ravaged sea survivors. I can only imagine that our diet in Morocco had been sweeter than usual - we did have at least 4 cups of ...
... they originated here in Andalucia. So what are tapas? Well, they are bite sized portions of food. They can be anything from a bowl of olives or nuts served with a glass of wine or beer (in which case they are free) to small portions of whatever is on the menu, small meaning no bigger than a quarter of a normal portion. Tapas can be chorizo sausage, croquettes, meatballs, bruschetta, scrambled egg, etc. They are normally 2-3 euro each or ...