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... sitting in this Tapas place having a language exchange also, and he was saying to me, believe me this isnt planned with the most confused look on his face but also giggling at this weird situation. So we decided to all sit together and order Tinto's y Cervezas y Tapas. So we had an English girl learning Spanish, 2 Spanish people and myself (the Australian) sitting in the sun drinking beer eating and talking. Was actually quite fun and really cool when i ...
... golden mile' to Marbella town and we stopped for lunch at Victors Beach Bar on the way, Great food in a funky atmosphere, cool music playing from its bar set below the restaraunt with giant bean bag to rest on as you take in the sun, sea and sand. We went here twice, on our own and with my Mum as we really enjoyed it here. The Head Waiter is very cool too, recognising us on our second visit and being very welcoming.
Returning to Villeniza campsite we are biding ...
... of 10 circuits swimming out to a buoy and back ,followed by 10 rapid stretches and 10 rapid press-ups . I only know that they did 10 circuits as Sue counted them. Needless to say she seemed to enjoy her beach day.
We also had fun at a Flamenco evening (photos to follow ) after the obligatory G and T on the beach. Strolling down the promenade later John spotted a night market and foolishly drew our attention to it. ...
... We sat outside in big comfy wicker chairs, surroundings were lovely, lots of colourful fabrics and cushions. The wait staff spoke English, some with British accents, they were very attentive. They asked where we were from, they had thought Ireland when we came in, must have been Chris's red face! A few photos are included. I did not take photos of some of our courses only because I got immersed in everything and forgot! Lamb curry, Chicken Tikka Masala, Peanut ...
... to go look for one. In those instances, we pulled out the wrapped up sandwiches from an airplane ride, or bags of nuts purchased upon leaving a country (to get rid of the spare change in the foreign currency), or cookies and crackers spirited from a lunch spot the week before. When we woke the next morning, we could see that Marbella is a very nice beach resort city and we had a nice room. But it was raining and the hotel was full of snowbirds, so ...