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... beach and dirty area, we’ll move on tomorrow to Marbella and back to the ACSI book.
We did find a new camping book, so we’ve got better choices now and a book on Seville and Andalusia which looks really informative.
Mark would like to mention that he cooked Spanish Chorizo sausage on the BBQ this evening and it was very nice. To be fair we’ve had some ...
This was a pretty early start as we had to be on the bus to Gibraltar by 8 am for the two hour drive from Malaga. It was a nice scenic drive along the costa del sol through torremelinos and other coastal communities that haven't really been hit by Spain's economic downtown due to the influx of other nationalities and the money they bring. Gibraltar itself was fairly easy to get into despite warnings about stringent border control ...
... was exemplary but, and this is only one man’s opinion, when he started with that abstract and cubism thing he always had to include Isiah in his work which I never understood. I don’t mean ‘old testament’ religious connotations but his painting usually included a matchstick face where one Isiah than the other!!!
One of the major attractions in Malaga is known as the Alcazaba. This is a Moorish castle built in the 11th century on a hill in ...
... with local and overseas tourists alike.
- The weather here has been sweltering. You've heard us mention that we were walking around in 43deg heat yesterday; it's like walking around on a hot day with a fan heater blowing on you. Not very pleasant but part of the experience
- a good part of Spain was under the control of the Moors (North African Moslems) for about 500 years (around 700s to 1200s) before the Christians started taking over through ...
Docked at around 8:00AM and departed at 9:00AM where we were met by our tour guide Lola and our driver (number) Juan. Excellent bus with only our group of 5 present. We were shown the beach shore front and finally saw real “Spanish” buildings and areas where locals live. We were taken to a newly constructed hotel positioned on a hill on the foreshore of Malaga which provided excellent views of ...