Hotel Linda Marbella
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... nature called so in we went.
Once inside on deck 14 we were greeted by a blast of airconditioning….SO COLD after the balmy evening stroll. We got to the men’s room and saw that someone was about to exit (the door was moving and the handle turned…but nothing), so we waited. Nothing happened. SO….Christopher opened the door and to our surprise was a man walking into his reflection in the wall mirror placed by ...
John, or host at the Arriadh recommended El Muelle for dinner. This restaurant is situated in the town of Arriate - a refurbished commercial warehouse that sits beside the railway station, and at one time was used by the railroad. Frank, our host at El Muelle, was extremely helpful in explaining the dishes (he was from Holland also). Their specialty is the local black pig that roams the area hillsides and eats mostly acorns -- ...
... that Malaga was a beautiful city as well, and he simply said all of Spain is quite nice. HUH? Then a buddy came by – they got to chatting about different things…AND…..he said “I don’t get all this political correctness bulls$#t….I’m not happy until I’ve offended everyone, that makes it real”…..Oh well, I was just about to give him a pass….
... her hate of beer, and I, of course, was caught with the ***** cup more than I would have liked. Five games later we killed almost 20 liters of beer and were all about as beer drunk as you want to be.
This is when the toasts were given. Adharsh started and he told us about how he considered us to be his best friends and really takes that very seriously. Supna followed talking about how lucky we are to have ...
... the bargains he was missing. A trip out to find a supermarket had us return with the makings if a corned beef hash and a cake to share for afters.
After tea we'd planned to take ourselves to the camp bar for an evening drink. And, what a treat! (ha ha) a one-man band started his set just as we were getting ready! The bar was full of campers in their best fleecy tops clapping along to the music - mostly a backing ...