Las Acacias Hostal
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... take in our surroundings, learn the language and perhaps go for lunch together, as in, sit at the same table simultaneously, eat our meal and leave, having had a nice time. This is opposed to what normally happens when we , "try," to eat out. Normally it goes like this; 1. Arrive at restaurant and sit at table. Usually have to change tables a couple of times so we can squeeze in pram, plus whatever transport Alex has decided he wants to travel on that day, bike ...
... appreciated the inside of the cathedral more because it was very religious. But I liked the smell of the Frankincense. Toledo was the type of town a divorcee goes to after she gets cheated on by her husband. You know, typical live-in-isolation-to-find-yourself type of town?
Today we finally arrived in Malaga. Everyone else in our study abroad program was excited to be meeting their home stays today but Amilia and I ...
... House) and learned about the local history; including olive oil, wine, farming, and bullfighting. No excursion has been complete without a visit to a local restaurant, and El Capricho did not disappoint!
It was a rainy day on the Costa del Sol, but we didn't want to sit on our couch after returning to our condo, so we wandered down the beach to check out ...
... to teach us some Arabic swear words and just keep talking absolute rot and filth! Arriving in fez we kindly ask our new friend to walk us to McDonald's where we scoffed copious amounts of food we didn't need! 2 hours later and at 2am we have finally managed to book a hostel and they also arrange for our sahara tour which also was not organised! 90 euro each later and we are all tucked up in bed excited for the next days adventure into the ...
Our final stop of the trip was Malaga, Spain on the southern coast resting on the Mediterranean Sea. We came back through the Straights of Gibraltar in the middle of the night and were back to the Spanish Coast.
Malaga is a sprawling city of 600,000 people with additional beach cities in the metro area. Marbella is a recreation area to the west with several communities in between. Just like the rest of our experience, the ...