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Para primeiro dia não foi nada mau!
Com saída de casa ás 8h00 (Hora de Portugal) e chegada a Málaga ás 23h30 (Hora de Espanha)
1013km para inicio de viagem.
... sorry.. We got given a big fury jacket and chucked into the ice room. It was pretty funny, quite small, a cooler with an extra room pretty much haha. Wasn't too cold, had to wait awhile for drinks, the guy was in no rush to serve anyone, he was mostly busy mopping the floor. Finally got a "cocktail" each and our shot. Weren't too bad, no ice cups tho. Just paper Pepsi ones haha. We drank those drinks then lined up for the next ones, I had no idea what the guy was saying to me but ...
... filth of feria had even spread to Malaga's waters. I also tried Taco Bell for the first time in my life. Proved to be very cleansing for the bowels. One afternoon I explored around the Alcazaba – the 800 year old Moorish fort – that overlooks the town. That was pretty cool. Other than that just talked **** with the guys, criticised Malaga/feria/Gabriel at every ...
During the first real day that we had on our trip we went to
Malaga. It’s like living in Apollo Beach and saying that you are going
to Tampa for the day. Except the fact that it is in Spain makes it
1,000,000x better! Malaga was my first impression of Spain other than
Torremolinos and I was so happy to see it! The streets are shaded by a
cover that seems to decorate the place so nicely! Some of the shops were
name brands like Vans ...
DINNER WITH HIPPIES and SOME AMAZING ROCKS
It's a bit of a last minute decision to divert from our intended route and head back east 50km or so to a tiny village, El Chorro. The drive there is not the easiest due to part of the main road being washed away by the deluge of rain that we have had over the past weeks. And so we take a detour which led us to drive a road we wouldn't have needed to otherwise. My confidence is plentiful when weather conditions are dry. Nothing ...