Las Acacias Hostal
Travel Blogs from Málaga
... would be enough to get in and have at least one drink. We tracked down the same guy, he was leading another family there so we tagged along but once we got the the bar another guy came out and grabbed him. Told us we would get two drinks and a shot for 10 euro's. Sweet. The guy who first found us turned around, in Spanish he was telling the other guy that he bought us here and the other guy grabbed me and pulled me in to get in, we apologised to the first guy… hope he got ...
... filth of feria had even spread to Malaga's waters. I also tried Taco Bell for the first time in my life. Proved to be very cleansing for the bowels. One afternoon I explored around the Alcazaba – the 800 year old Moorish fort – that overlooks the town. That was pretty cool. Other than that just talked **** with the guys, criticised Malaga/feria/Gabriel at every ...
... water sprayed everywhere. We were amused but of course the Chef and the Maitre D apologised … not necessary in our opinion but these things happen.
The engineers arrived and in the meantime we were all given a glass of French Champagne, and four canapés that had been prepared earlier … each one exquisitely made. We had Lobster Tail on a buckwheat blini with caviar and Citrus Vinaigrette, Beef Tartare with Whiskey infusion, Baked ...
... actually misleading. It's more of a scramble. We cannot make more then 3 or 4 footsteps without having to negotiate slippery rocks to climb over. The rain from the previous weeks has turned the ground into several inches of sloppy mud. Myself and the other climbers are being selective about our route, climbing up onto the rocks to avoid the quagmire below. Naturally a certain amount of goo cannot be avoided but at least it doesn't go over the top of our trainers. The ...
FRIGILIANA to MANILVA
The plan is yet again thwarted in Frigiliana because of the rain. It is a beautiful pueblo blanco in the mountains where I have planned a ridge walk entitled The Moor and his Parrot. We explore the old town on foot of course soon after we arrive and take a ride on the Wally Wagon, the McDonald train we call it. We plan to start out mid morning the next day and walk the 10 or so kilometres followed possibly by a beer and tapas in ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed