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So firstly I want to give you some insight into how much Spanish I actually know and at what level I was when i arrived. Before i arrived in Malaga i had always wanted to learn Spanish and 2 years prior i decided to start self studying. I downloaded an app called Duolingo and still use this wonderful piece of software to this day. The app is very fun for keen language learners and offers a really cool interface for Web, iPhone, and Android so you can learn on the go. ...
... morrocan, it has very narrow streets, woven around squares with tinkling foutains and green verdant spaces with shuttered houses seemingly asleep in the hot sun. Its deep shadows and quiet alleys provide real peace and quiet from the buzzing town grown outside of this once fortified muslim town. There is more than one lovely church here to peep inside and abundant orange trees grow everywhere.
Puerto Banus is where all the money is in Marbella, its harbour is ...
... most southerly part of Spain. Following our hosts directions we were fine
until the last mile.
We turned off of the
government paved road onto a mile long track that was, in some places, carved
into the side of a mountain. Parts of the very narrow track were concrete
and parts were dirt and most of it was up, up, up with no guard rails!!!
Of course there were lots of twist and turns and did I mention ...
... saw our neighbour brandishing a massive shotgun and firing it into the darkness. We didn’t stay out there for long in case he’d also been drinking and was starting to get a bit random in his target selection!. On completing a CSI check the next morning there were fortunately no corpses to be found in the valley below although the local bin man does do his rounds early.
... along the sands. It's not a bad view across the bay too. We got as far as the end of the promenade - all the Spanish seaside towns seem to have a promenade - and found a cafe where we sat outside in the sun for a coffee.
On the way back there was a commotion on the beach. A group of about a dozen Spaniards were pulling in a fishing dragnet from the sea. Many other people stood around ...