Hotel Zenit Malaga
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Friday, September 12, 2014
At Sea today. Our only sea day on this particular voyage. The ship, though crowded, is rather subdued thank goodness.
We spent the day on deck 12, the pool deck in the shade. We read all the day long. I'm closing in on the final chapters of Catherine’s life….588 pages goes quickly when written with such enthusiasm and language as it is. This book is so easy for me to enjoy.
... plastic surgery….but seriously people…moderation. I’m not opposed to a nip and a tuck, but no frozen face. Just hit me….maybe they’re on this cruise to ease back into society? Perhaps. There he goes again….judgy Jim.
Christopher overheard someone chatting about the bandaged man. His report…..the gentleman had throat/jaw cancer. So sad, and he still smokes like a freaking ...
... they bite, but just as you assume 'Beware of the Dog' is probably referring to the yapping Maltese poodle, this was considered more a great photo opportunity than a real concern. So climbing up, following the thin cobbled pathway, with its 100m deathly drop and no barrier, we finally found ourselves face to face with the now nicknamed Romeo and Juliette of the donkey world. I snapped, we laughed and when Romeo trotted over to us, I was delighted at the opportunity to test my ...
... actually harder than it looks..(I know, we are pulling it off flawlessly...well Jed is anyway...it looks like me and Steph could put a little more effort in!) it actually took about 4 attempts to get this shot! It was on timer balanced on a 'pump up your tyre' air machine! And by the 4th shot, we got some weird looks!! So into Malaga, this time Steph driving, and me navigating! Needless to say that these guys clearly hadn't learnt ...
... we pulled over to look at the map AGAIN and I glanced up to see our street sign. I did not even mind at that point that it was one way and pedestrian only when I cruised down and pulled up in front of our place. However, when Javier offered to guide us to the parking garage, I gladly handed him the keys! We have the top floor with a rooftop terrace on a street just a block from the main plaza in town. After a short unwind, we walked over to the ...