Villa Frigiliana Hotel
Travel Blogs from Málaga
9am precisely, on the dot and not a second later we are tied up to the dock in Malaga in Spain. The ship windows were foggy this morning so Sue and I braved the deck to watch the procedure. The shore and the city are a little hazy but Alcazaba, the Muslim palace fortress, in the centre of town, looks out over the Bay as it has for a1000 years or so. On the hillside above, the Gibralfaro Castle from the 14th century sits on the skyline.
... helped us get on the right train towards the city, but they were going to the train station to go home.
Once Hollie and I got into the city we had a little trouble finding which bus to take to get to the hostel. The city was kind of dead since it was Easter so we decided to just take a taxi. It was really cheap anyway.
When we got to the hostel we unpacked our stuff in our 10-person room, and then went looking for food. Again, since it was ...
... longer than they would have been able to without the siesta.
The Spanish nightlife is an all-night affair. First-time visitors to Spain are surprised to see the streets just starting to fill up at midnight and are even more surprised to see people in their 60s and 70s still out at 3am. They wouldn't be able to do this without a siesta. However, today many people are unable to take a siesta and ...
2. When she is tired, sit down, have a break, give her a coke and if possible put her to bed. This may sound childish but the few arguments we have had this trip have generally come from breaking either one of these first two commandments. Conversely, when I am tired Belinda cures me with my book, a little peace and quiet and an espresso coffee.
3. Belinda is extremely reluctant to leave her comfort zone, so don’t push her! This will ...
... Cruz had hung around Granada all week and saw a bunch of processions), but finally we could hear drums way off in the distance. A minute or so later, we could see the tips of the really tall head thingies the "Penitentes" wear.
The “Penitentes,” or the people who are doing penance, wear outfits of different colors that greatly resemble those of the KKK. They are not the KKK however; these people have been around much much much ...
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