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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 ...
We also ate at El Pimpi's- a local favourite which has huge barrels of sherries and other aperitivos as part of its design in the its traditonal but trendy interior. But even at this time of year, when its sunny but with a cool breeze, everyone is outside!
From Malaga we went to Marbella and stayed just outside in campsite next to the beach. This is about an hour and a halfs scenic drive, along a road which hugs the coast, right next to ...
... it. There were Arabic writings, depictions of the night sky, and pools and fountains. We were lucky to see the Fountain of the Lions which was recently restored and put back on display in the Palace of the Lions. Sergio told us that most of the stucco designs were likely covered in gold leaf originally, with a painted background. While none of the gold leaf was apparent, you could see spots of the original colored background and you could imagine what ...
Malaga provided a nice contrast to my trip in Iceland - sunny and warm! It was extremely peaceful to walk around the coastal town, occasionally bumping into major monuments along the way. There are only a few attractions in Malaga, but they are by no means insignificant! Climbing to the top of an Islamic inspired fortress set on a mountain provides a breathtaking 360 degrees view of the city, whilst the sun set behind the mountains. Similarly, ...
... 8220;sea mist” as indeed most of Malaga city was. We were dropped at the port terminal and I quickly bought a post card and we made the shuttle service back to the ship. We couldn’t see the Royal Princess until we were 100 metres from her and even then the top decks were obscured by sea mist.
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We bypassed Club 6 as much as I would have liked a Margarita tonight, we needed to get ready for the Chef’s ...