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... both in and out on our journey so far.
Picked up a local paper at this campsite, very interesting indeed. First thing of note was the write up about the storm earlier in the week, which was apparently the worst they’d had in 20 years. There was a picture of a Beach Bar in Torre del Mar which we walked past whilst they were cleaning up, Penny commented as there were girls in shorts and ...
... position, in your stateroom if it's on the side of the ship where everyone boards, otherwise somewhere in sight of the docking area. Get in place about 15 minutes before the end of boarding time, make yourself comfortable and wait for the fun to begin.
It starts well before the end time (which was 3.30pm in our case), with people who think they are late but aren't. You can see them trying to run under the weight of the pointless purchases they ...
... they didn't know his name. I have to
admit that I got quite excited to see a local 'celebrity' my first night in Málaga.
El Pimpi is renown for celebrity visitations, but I never thought I'd be
present on one of those nights. So, for the sake of fun, I decided at the final
moment (literally the time the actor was making his exit), that I needed a
photograph also! I couldn't have any regrets here in Málaga! Check! Tick! This
night at El Pimpi ...
... 8230;he never did go back to the doctor…..
I think it’s time for the pool, don’t you?
Ahh, SO refreshing! You’ll NEVER guess who was in the pool….the 600 pound man. We even chatted for a moment. Clearly he didn’t recognize me…..maybe it was the sun or the second of his rum and cokes talking, but he was somewhat sane. He was quite impressed with Granada, and the Alcazar. ...
A lot of money was made in the industrial revolution (19th century) and these apartments were built for the more wealthy citizens of Malaga. What we have are a lot of four or five storey buildings built to a very simple, symmetrical design. Long windows that stretch to the floor, each with a very small balcony, wide enough to stand on or sit on but not big enough for a table. From the bottom up to waist high, a wrought iron ...