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... brother were waiting to pick me up from the bus stop. I arrived in her home town and we went to a bar to meet her friend that she wanted to introduce me to because he plays Tennis and because i had previously mentioned that i love tennis, she wanted to introduce me to hopefully get a tennis partner. After meeting him and realizing that most people here don't speak English she had to do most of the translating when i couldn't express what i wanted to say. After that ...
... beach restaraunts and some lovely villas. The inland vilages- puebloes can be very picturesque. Perched on hills, or set into the side of mountains. From Valleniza campsite, we could see a snow capped mountain, which is in a national park- this is our barometer, when its clear its a good day, when surrounded by cloud you know rain or cold winds might come. On the other hand, snowing about 20km inland from the beach is no indication of snow on the coast as it never reaches ...
... to go and sit on the next suitcase so Sue can try to close it. Packing the right clothes for 36 days away is a bit of a challenge but hopefully we will be ready to leave tomorrow!
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... jäger shots), an excellent kebab and a nice walk along the beach to get home. The following day was, funnily enough, spent largely in bed. I then spent the afternoon wandering the city. I loved it. It was seriously beautiful, if a touch touristy. Similar to Barcelona, the colours were bright and beautiful. The air itself seemed to shimmer in the sunlight and exaggerate just how perfect the place was. In other words, get there. That night we had a quiet night at the ...
We were greeted by a beautiful sunrise as we sailed into Malaga. Ken and Andrea had been to the Costa del Sol twice before and actually stayed in Marbella, which is very close to Malaga. For some stupid reason they never investigated Malaga and today they found out what they had missed.
The tour we took today was of "Picasso's Malaga’. We walked around the old town of Malaga and went to the Picasso Museum in Malaga. On the way to the museum ...