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Tomorrow we sail on the Queen Mary 2 for a 32 day cruise from Malaga to Singapore. During our trip we will add daily updates in an effort to share some of our adventure with you.
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... with John and Kerry, which was fun. Christmas lunch was at the Wok which was just next door. It was a great meal, continuous food for three hours. A little different from our normal Christmas feast. Actually we really felt good after it all too.
The day was sunny and still, ...
... St Emilion wine at Lidl to help renew our friendship.
Their journey is more intrepid than ours, as they are heading to places like Iran. They were very helpful in sharing travel information to make our travels easier.
We ended up having three nights together, not doing much else than talk and eat. I think that both groups were enjoying time out from the road ...
... black Peugeot in the hands of a toothless, orange haired attendant. We thought she said we paid when we came back, which made sense to us, but were given no ticket to say when we arrived. We noted the time and set off. While driving into Malaga it appeared to be just another big city with apartments aplenty and some fairly seedy looking areas but the Port and Centro districts were buzzing with Sunday strollers enjoying the beautiful afternoon. The streets are smooth marble ...
... checked into our hotel we strolled alone the waterfront, selecting a seaside restaurant for a glass of wine and to unwind a bit after the long trip. Quite by accident Birgitta passed us on her way to have lunch with some friends. So our celebration started with brief hellos and a plan to meet them after we finished our lunch. We joined their group at a nearby restaurant to say hello and enjoy one more glass of wine...a graceful way to ease into ...