Posadas de Espana Malaga
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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 …
... know after all this and what my strengths and weaknesses are. Well.... Hahahaha. i would say im still at an A1 level. I actually thought i would be further than this by now but after arriving in Spain the daunting task of trying to understand someone really sunk in. I cant understand anything (no entiendo nada). But me being me i am determined and was very determined to be able to understand and speak another language. So firstly i rented a shared flat with ...
... regions in Spain. For 75 KMs the groves followed the contours of the rolling hills forming a mosaic which would have been nice to see from the air and then became terraced as the terrain rose up the mountainsides. Luckily the rain held off as we toured La Mezquita, the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba which has been described as one of the worlds architectural wonders. Originally a Catholic church, it was converted to ...
... It makes for a lovely landscape to admire, drive in and walk around.
We spent a couple of days in Malaga for David's birthday and my mum came to stay with us at the same time too. So nice to see her and showing her our mad little life. Giving her flavour of travelling round, we moved about a bit! Stayed in Malaga in a great hotel-with a BATH!!!funny what you miss...Its a great place, its old city, once ringed by stone walls, is nearly all pedestrianised and the ...
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 ...