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... Day 2 of Malaga in summary – nuts and hills
Glorious day and for us a touristy one. Picked up a very helpful guide from the tourist information shop. Made our way round the old town going in the Cathedral, Alcazaba and Castillo, meeting the King on the way.
The Cathedral was beautiful, we’ve taken some photos but they won’t do it justice.
The Alcazaba was different, a bit touristy probably. The plaza ...
... in 30 C heat or take a tram. We always choose the wear out your children option whenever possible. It's an amazing park, with a castle that has an incredible view of the City. Really great place to visit if you're in Barcelona, lot of families picnicking, walking, playing soccer. Fab really.
Then we started our drive down here and spent the night in Valencia. Didn't and don't know much about the city but definitely want ...
... balcon den Europa one last time and smelt the sea air. So long, we will miss you! For dinner we ate another microwave dinner of rice and vegetables with a little olive tapenade for some flavour. We couldn't stomach another pizza tonight and were really craving some plain food such as steamed vegetables. After packing our things and organising ourselves for our flight tomorrow we fell said goodnight to Nerja. Hopefully we shall meet ...
... parts of the cave were carved out to form a city for ancient peoples.
Unfortunately, we weren't allowed into that part of the cave. I was a little disappointed but the beach was so beautiful that it made up for it.
The city of Nerja is located partly in the mountains, and it drops off suddenly downhill and cliff into beach. The beach was very clean, minus the constant cigarette butts, and the sun was beautiful. It ...
... aspect! It's actually a sheer cliff, well over 20 metres high, with no chance whatsoever of being outflanked. So unless on some future trip I can find a way up the north side (which I'm only now seeing for the first time and which would involve a completely different approach route), Peak 2 is going to have to remain unclimbed (by me, at least).
The consolation is that there's an even better view of the Sierra Nevada from here and that the cloud is now ...