Hotel Paraiso del Mar
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... very painful prospect of somehow getting 800 miles up the coast to Nice, where the ship next docks, without clothes or probably much money.
It's very cruel to mock, but let's be honest They've got over six hours ashore, most people made in time, so why not them? But anyway, now you know all about the Malaga Marathon and you also know why I never go ashore when the ship docks.
As a liitle bonus I've added a few extra pictures at the bottom of this page.
... or by our fear of it happening and the possibility of loss occurring.
This is certainly why immaterial things, experiences for ex. can create a more lasting sense of happiness and achievement, because they cannot be taken away, whereas anything material (including people) can disappear as fast as they “happened".”
Ok, my little Spider has not just disappeared, has ...
... indeed we have changed our minds again and have just paid our hosts and are up and away in the morning, actually the same date as originally planned. We were to stay longer but with the cooler temperatures, the rain at present and the prospect of being confined to the motorhome we decided to be confined but en route. A pleasant day with coffee in Jamaica, in El ...
... who was raised in Argentina. His name is Eduardo and as British as they come. What a delight! We met daily for an hour or two over coffee and besides learning some new Spanish tricks, became friends as well. I so looked forward to my time with him!
Nerja turned out to be busy! My first night I walked around and admired the incredible "Balcon de Europa" a marvelous lookout over the Mediterranean from the lovely town square. That night I randomly ducked into a bar where ...
"The Barranco of Bad Hell". Presumably the Barranco of Good Hell is somewhere nearby. But whatever grade of hell it is, to me it's a route up to Malascamas, one of the Axarquia mountains that I haven't yet visited. I got pretty near on one occasion, by approaching from the south, but calculated that this route was too long to be completed before dark on a January day - so now I'm trying to get to Malascamas from the northern ...