Hotel Rural Cortijo Amaya

Address: Avenida Los Aguacates 20, Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29793, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
 
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    Malaga

    A travel blog entry by galin1961 on Aug 11, 2015

    12 photos

    ... which is sad. Driving into Malaga the navigator got lost, again. But we made it in the end to a very standard hotel without any character or atmosphere, we were both disappointed. Don't get me wrong, it is nice, pool, robe slippers etc., but we have been staying in some amazing places and a normal hotel is a bit......blah. We went for a walk to the beach, honestly don't bother ...

    Four countries and a blog!

    A travel blog entry by 4inworld on Jun 21, 2015

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... other and went all out. Sure, it was expensive - Duh again…but not as ridiculous as I thought and worth every single penny.

    At the end of the meal they even gave us a box of chocolates to take back to the kids…so the boys ended up getting some deliciously sweet table scraps. Aren’t we generous parents?

    I’ve gotta say - if that is how the rich eat - I can do rich.

    And that was Paris.

    Okay, so our amazingly pleasant, ...

    Meandering in Málaga

    A travel blog entry by animaexplorer on Jan 22, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... was definitely one of the freshest and visually attractive I've
    ever been to in Europe. There is no shortage of samples on offer by the market
    stalls. Not to mention, I have discovered the most delectable olives in this
    market that were blended with red peppers and onion. The flavor was
    outstanding. The other products I enjoyed were the sundried tomatoes and natural
    whole/ground spices. A market stop in any new city should be prioritized. There
    ...

    Working away

    A travel blog entry by roundaboutus on Feb 25, 2014

    1 comment, 62 photos

    ... and wait!  It can take 30mins to clear 5 numbers!  The ladies buy SO much - we can't ask or ONE aubergine, or one pepper.  The Spanish market trader works in kilos and preferably 'tres' kilo or above!  The women lift huge carrier bags of tomatoes, long green peppers and runner beans off the stall into tow along shoppers.  Strawberries come by the wooden box load and monkey nuts seem very popular, sold in bags ...

    A load of bull......

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Feb 05, 2014

    19 photos

    ... of 5 tapas for 10 euro. It's a good way to sample local food or to have a light lunch or afternoon snack.

    Tapa is actually Spanish for "lid" - wine and beer used to be served with a slice of meat, which would be placed over the top of the glass to stop fruit flies landing in their drink; we are in fruit country and they are still a pain even now, in fact, they have taken to olive trees more recently, causing farmers no end ...