Las Acacias Hostal
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... woman and to my surprise it was right in the Centre of Malaga in the middle of the nightlife, shops, plaza de la Merced, and 5 mins to the beach by foot, PERFECT! So what to do what to do..(i thought). I am in the middle of Malaga, dont know the language and i am by myself. How the hell am i going to survive. The human race is very adaptive, you will soon find that you quickly learn what you need to in order to survive (sobrevivir). Well when i say alone, thats ...
... morrocan, it has very narrow streets, woven around squares with tinkling foutains and green verdant spaces with shuttered houses seemingly asleep in the hot sun. Its deep shadows and quiet alleys provide real peace and quiet from the buzzing town grown outside of this once fortified muslim town. There is more than one lovely church here to peep inside and abundant orange trees grow everywhere.
Puerto Banus is where all the money is in Marbella, its harbour is ...
... and get the hell out of there! 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 ...
... wave of older overweight women who came in and tanned topless completely covered in tanning oil. There was one woman we thought was a man while she way laying down. Once she sat up we were unpleasantly surprised. But it all made for a very interesting afternoon or people watching. There were all kinda of people there from all over the world. Couples, families, teens, you name it. But there was enough English around us it felt a little ...
... but Ken wisely stopped her. She does however, say the same thing about her blog that Picasso did about his art. She has now finished her work and it is now the reader’s work to decipher the typos. She does not explain them.
We then went on to Picasso’s birthplace, which was in a lovely building on a square. This blog is short today, but Malaga was impressive and we will be back. It’s lucky there are two Marriott timeshares close ...