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... the A-Team went up a hill and Sam followed, we weren't sure which team Sam was on so we all followed much to Lyndon's surprise. We all manged the obstacle but were all on-top of a hill that we shouldn't be on and this was the first of many "It's like bloody herding cats" statements by Lyndon. To add salt to the wound he directed us back where we had came but Billy who didn't quite hear set of first and ended up riding for 10 minutes by his self to ...
... the beginning of Semana Santa en Espana (holy week in Spain), which I was told is something not to be missed since it is such a big ordeal in this part of the country. Like many tourists, I was slightly taken aback by the colorful costumes worn by the hundreds of people, both young and old, that I was told by some locals in a coffee shop are supposed to represent Cyprus trees (not KKK), and that this ...
... was definitely one of the freshest and visually attractive I've
ever been to in Europe. There is no shortage of samples on offer by the market
stalls. Not to mention, I have discovered the most delectable olives in this
market that were blended with red peppers and onion. The flavor was
outstanding. The other products I enjoyed were the sundried tomatoes and natural
whole/ground spices. A market stop in any new city should be prioritized. There
... arch – quite cool. The tile work on the ceilings is beautiful as is the detailing around each window. The ruins are in fairly decent shape for having been "rebuilt" by the Moors in the 11th, & 14th Century. We walked a lot but not all the way to the top of the mountain to the castle Gibralfaro (too hot, no shade). For both of us – it is ALL about the shade. No tree, no shade.
... the little nearby villages and the town of Nerja itself. All very white and a lot of steep narrow streets, with quite a European tourist culture. I've geared a lot of French,German and Scandanavian accents as I walk around
We have had a wee learning curve with certain things...the buses of course! Always a challenge. We bought return tickets to a nearby village but outsmarted ourselves when we saw the bus drive off from the OTHER side of the street