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Friday, September 12, 2014
At Sea today. Our only sea day on this particular voyage. The ship, though crowded, is rather subdued thank goodness.
We spent the day on deck 12, the pool deck in the shade. We read all the day long. I'm closing in on the final chapters of Catherine’s life….588 pages goes quickly when written with such enthusiasm and language as it is. This book is so easy for me to enjoy.
... is AMAZING!!!!! We tried it here in Malaga today and just loved it. I had chocolate, dulce de Lecce, and fig…WOW. They were all wonderful, but the fig was so different and tasted just like a real fig. They use organic ingredients and create these cones in the shape of a rose. Such a unique presentation….we always got ours in a cup, next time I want a rose!! They are opening on Union Street and The Village in Corte ...
... 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 ...
... it is vaca after all) and went to the pool, it's been the hottest day yet so it was definitely hard living to lay out and our only worries be should i get in the water now or wait until I'm really hot hahahaha. We went to venture into Marbella this afternoon, supposed to have lots going on and great tapas, figured we Should have Spanish food once while we are here. Walked around the old town and took in the beauty, sangria, and paella!! Fantastic ...
With Malaga done on Monday, I continued on my trip down the coast to the city of Fuengirola. Many of the cities between Malaga and Fuengirola are linked by the cercanias system, which is more or less a combination of a train and the metro system. Because of this, my trip to Fuengirola only cost me about 3 euros and was very easy to manage on the cercanias train.
I arrived in Fuengirola at about 1pm, and was very relived to see normally ...