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Yesterday we packed up and left Granada to drive to Malaga. We took a detour to a town at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, driving through Lanjaron and Orgiva to get to Pampaneira. Pampaneira is a white town high up in the hills of the Sierra Nevada, the views of the mountains were amazing. Unfortunately the village is very touristy, a problem I've encountered throughout most ...
... as a list of potential mutual friends and/or relations are named, to no avail of course. I tell a lie, there is one "hit" an aunt of the fellow passenger worked as Matron at South Tyneside Hospital, and was known to Kathleen from her nursing days..
Monday 24th February 2014
Rain overnight, but by morning, we are back to blue skies.
... a single gas burner. Lovely . . . I'm all out of names for the usual dish! The meal really was lovely. Rob had his favourite pizza; I had seafood pasta - it was a really pleasant posh place, not very busy but sparkling with glasses and table lamps and buzzing with attentive waiters. It may have been posh and very delicious but I still had to take the shells off the mussels myself!
Tonight we watched 'Pygmalion', the old ...
... tapas bars, shops – all open late and all very busy.
Tuesday we headed to Marbella which is only 100km short of Gibraltar. We went via Malaga – which is the birthplace of Picasso – so we stopped in at the Picasso Museo to take a look at another 200 or so pieces of his work – amazing!
At Marbella we had our final dip in the Mediterranean – so that feels sad! After this we will be heading around the coast on the ...
... and a few enormous cruise ships were docked. The costa del sol (where I am) is often referred to as "a playground for the fantastically rich". It's a major tourist destination for those who....let's say "haven't been affected too strongly by the recession". The park around the port itself is pretty ridiculous as well. It's translated name is "the park of surprises", which is pretty fitting. It's a long strip of abstract and modern ...