Los Jarales Rural Hotel Istan
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Apart from a big shopping trip to Banus on Sunday, we have only ventured out the last two mornings.
The first trip was to the Ralli Museum at Coral beach, Marbella, one of five South American museums started by the banker Harry Recanati, to house his extensive collections of Spanish and ...
... this. Two or is it three people are running up the gangway towards the ship. A shore crew member is there to stop them trying to board, for the ship is already moving away from the dock. We can't see them clearly through the opaque glass of the gangway canopy, but the passengers are obviously pleading furiously with the crewman, their arms a flaying furiously in futile gestures of begging for the ship to stop.
But it's too late, we're off and now they ...
... to live like Spaniards, which isn't hard because the temperature dictates it.
Early morning for plant watering; dog, cats and fish feeding; dog walking; general chores.
Later morning is time for a coffee --here-- or wherever we are - a cortado being my preference - i.e. a small strong coffee with a dash of milk-- and a cafe solo for Rick.
The Park cafe in town has a good deal of 2 euros for coffee and churros - a delicate, lighter variation on the ...
... were the height of the dome at St Pauls all the way through. The pillars supporting the ceiling seemed enormous too, as if Gulliver himself might appear from around the corner. The place was bulit to impress, overwhelm and make people feel small when in god's house.....even the doors were on a grand scale.
Pablo Picasso's museum was a welcome & peaceful contrast, set in a beautiful old castillo, restored to become a white palace of a shrine to one of Malaga's ...
Had a slower day today, being the last day in Spain.
We left home at 10.30 and drove up the hill to the pretty town of Mijas. Had a coffee with a lovely view of the sea. It is a place that you could spend all day just browsing around, but Grace had lunch ready for us, so sadly had to get back, but it is a lovely place, with donkeys and a carriage as the taxi service. A must see town
After lunch we ...