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... an exhibition of Louise Bourgeois exhibiting her work and a pictorial exhibition of her life. Her work is very thought provoking and some of it is extremely provocative. Not much else for today. Think that I'm a bit over Spain, I really haven't enjoyed Malaga much, very touristy, dirty and busy. I find that at this point in time I'm longing for home. I hope that Ronda lifts my ...
... those back-and-forth in time novels but as the back is the 1930s - mainly Granada and this neck of the woods during the Civil War. It's proving to be a digestible way of getting a bit of background.
What I find truly unsettling is how the RC Church was so complicit with the Franco regime.
I can barely believe that the pope actually sent Franco a letter of congratulations when he finally conquered Madrid.
Reading about the horrors of the Civil War ...
... running out of food, and, more importantly, we are running out of wine, so, a trip to the supermarket is needed.
Kathleen has hurt her back, she claims, it is through washing clothes, I think it is through lying on the ground sunbathing.
While Kathleen takes it easy, I am free to ride about on the motor scooter, a bit of gentle cruising around Puerta ...
... Africa. From the top of its ramparts one can take in grand views of the Mediterranean coast line and the high peaks of Malaga mountains.
Pablo Picasso was born and raised in Malaga, a fact not widely known. Although Picasso did not return to Malaga since he left home at age of 19, now one can appreciate his great works in this museum set in a former count's palace, itself an architecturally interesting building with an elegant courtyard.
... heavier (books!) and all liquids (I had bought regular size shower gel in Rome and regular size shampoo and conditioner in Venice) inside the suitcase. I just had to leave the keys on the table and close the door behind me when I left the apartment. With all of that security though, this meant using the elevator key to call it up and then stepping back into the apartment, tossing the keys on the table, and stepping back just as the elevator arrived. I walked with ...