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... to find cafe for nightcap. 10 minutes later is back, cant get out the gate. Up anchor swabs we depart for Alcaidesa. Thirsty skipper. Arrive and head for cafe. Im on water in an attempt to trick the medico tomorrow. arrive to find bar closing, Olly says a few words and is rebuffed, then 10 or so German girls turn up and start ordering gin and tonics. Barman is not going to argue with a dozen tough looking yacht frau . Bar is open. I have one sparkling water and the ...
Imogen and I were left to ourselves in Malaga; all our tour guides had left and Ruben was at work.
We made our way into the city for lunch, after all the greasy tapas I was quite excited to devour my Mexican salad at the port. It was quite a cultural experience; the restaurants were all joined in one section, offering us Greek, Indian, Mexican or Argentinian Grill.
Malaga has a rich Moorish past with a well preserved Alcazaba in its ...
... she ran off again but because she hadn't started the braiding she just stayed with her family. We were watching her do re-enactments of what the woman was doing to her hair, it was so good. The poor kid. I thought she might give up since it looked like it was hurting her heaps but nope, once it was all clear they all came back, the 3yr old boy carrying the stool and the girl got back on with getting her hair done. Pretty entertaining ;)
Home to have another hot sleep..
... are just as much of a farce as the days. We'd normally start pres at our apartment around 10pm, then head out after midnight. Cos we were told they party hard in Malaga. The locals just don't know how to feria. Most of them pike by 2am. Those who stay out just stand around the clubs, not buying drinks. When you do try and talk to people, none of them can speak English. Even if ...
DINNER WITH HIPPIES and SOME AMAZING ROCKS
It's a bit of a last minute decision to divert from our intended route and head back east 50km or so to a tiny village, El Chorro. The drive there is not the easiest due to part of the main road being washed away by the deluge of rain that we have had over the past weeks. And so we take a detour which led us to drive a road we wouldn't have needed to otherwise. My confidence is plentiful when weather conditions are dry. Nothing ...
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