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... was picturesque again the pictures won’t do it justice.
Stopped off for Tapas for lunch, choosing a set menu to make sure we sampled the local stuff and it was really nice, too stuffed to walk again though.
When we did brave walking again, it was to the Castillo, why are they always at the top of massive hills? Penny clearly moaned enough because Mark agreed to a few weeks off from visiting Castles/Forts (suspect it was ...
... to you and your people actually get done! Wouldn’t that be an interesting concept in the US.
Back to Nerja and back to the beach. We spent the majority of the time there indulging in Alan’s favorite habitat – sun and sand, but we also took out time to visit the cutesy little hill town about 20 minutes from Nerja – Frigiliana, known for their honey, dried fruit and being white.
Frigiliana is not the only white hill ...
... ideas. So. Much. Coffee. He probably could have carried me and still jogged and talked as much as he did. We arrived at the caves at about 12 and had a look around. Being as stingy as we are, we couldn't afford the expensive entrance fee so instead we walked around the perimeter and read some very interesting guide books in the gift shop. We found out that half of the caves were closed for maintenance anyway including the drawings. It was now an ...
... With the smallest bit of effort on my part laced with loving encouragement and the intention to calm his fear, the bright happy clown in him popped out, and I told him that if he was here when I came back for my car, I'd take him home and love him.
Next cafe. The book was drawing me deeply into realms of the mysterious Celtic unknown, yet it was all strangely familiar. The ...
... enjoy rugged beauty—and even do some adventuring along the coast, looking for caves or hidden beaches beneath the cliffs. This is my new Favorite Spanish Beach Town—maybe even bumping Cadiz as the Funnest Beach to Swim in here in Spain.
So even though I just had a swim in Velez Malaga, I’ve got to get in the water again, leaving my clothes and guitar with a trustworthy looking couple and swimming out and around the jagged ...