Posadas de Espana Malaga
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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May 10-11We left Morocco by ferry and almost instantly felt like “we're back at home” when we got into Spain. Between the lack of very large cities, more diverse landscape and a language that's much easier to speak. While we liked Morocco, we were much more comfortable in Spain and the laid back lifestyle.We drove along the coastline to …
... who had had some one on one training with Lyndon for half an hour and a discussion was had as to whether the group would be split up or remain as one.
We stayed together but the A-Team would be doing some extra stuff and the Pink team as we were now called would do the slightly easier climbs. Paul, Matt and Steve were permanent members of the A-Team with Billy and Sam occasional participants but also made guest appearances in the Pink team ...
... jamon y queso y postres autenticas, it was time to find la playa muy popular se llama Malagueta. In order to get this beach, we had to cross over a lovely palm tree lined promenade and flower filled park, take a leisurely walk through the marina and port full of sailboats, yachts and cruise ships, and pass through another area full of restaurants and shops that caters to the constant flocks of tourists. ...
We set of at 9.30 to catch a bus into Malaga, we were luck we only had to wait 5 mins and it took about 20 mins in to the bus station, which is on the edge of the harbour. We went to the tourist info and acquired a map of the area then went to Mc Donald's for a cupper and to work out where we wanted to go. We all went around to see the cathedral and then we went our ...
At this time of year in the region it is still quite light we'll into the evening. The other side of that coin is that the sun rises late making it difficult to get away much before 9.30 am. At 7.30 am it is still dark, the baker does not deliver the bread until 8 and so it goes - hey we are in Spain, siestas, global credit crisis loans from the central European bank etc, etc. People are very lay back here, there is no obvious signs of ...