Aparthotel Puerto Azul Marbella
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Tomorrow we sail on the Queen Mary 2 for a 32 day cruise from Malaga to Singapore. During our trip we will add daily updates in an effort to share some of our adventure with you.
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We drove from the Malaga coast to Ronda, the road which was 1200 meters above sea level and about 1 hour drive inland. The road was steep but very good. Our camper had no problems getting there. The village is very nice and touristy. We looked around and decided to go to one of the famous smaller white villages perched on the side of the hill. The town is Benarraba. We met a ...
... We saw the ferry come in & we boarded at 4.40 we left. This time the crossing went to just behind Gibraltar & took 11/2 hours. The views of Gibraltar were just fabulous. On the way over there was an announcement for a doctor. It seems a passenger had had a heart attach on board. After putting our clock forward an hour it was about 6.40 when we got on the bus to go to Marbella. We got our room & straight downstairs for ...
... sure other than ‘staff’ we encountered any spanish people in our weeks long stay at Cabopina.
We had left the cocoon of Cadiz behind and driven straight into another but with better weather! We pitched in row G (famous by all accounts so we found out later) next to a nice man called Kevin. It turns out that Kevin had arrived in August last year and decided to not go home to Leeds. Can’t blame him, single retired guy with ...
... to find the correct location about a block away. It was also quite a shock to find that the car we were renting had a manual transmission, which I hadn't thought to ask about. Now, I can drive a stick, and my car at home even has a manual transmission-mode (I am embarrassed to admit how infrequently I use it, although I enjoy it when I do) but I would have rather had an automatic transmission while trying to navigate foreign roads in Spanish!