Cortijo Balzain Casas Rurales
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Thursday 18 June
After someprovisioning we left the marina and headed east. We ended upanchoring east of Malaga. There was a bit of swell so the flopperstopper was out and we tried another anchoring technique which should in theory keep us facing the swell. As there was very little to no,
wind it didn't.
Friday 19 June
After a not sopleasant nights sleep – we've had worse but this was just theoccasional ...
... in the valley, a controversial scheme intoduced because of the vultures dwindling numbers. Horses saddled we apprehensively trotted behind Joanne on a two hour jaunt through the countryside. ‘pull their heads up with the reins’ Joanne told us to stop the greedy horses munching on the forbidden grass. The trek took us through the hills and over tricky terrain, going downhill was hairy and we had to grip the horses vice like with our knees ...
... enrolled yesterday and he started school today. The school seems nice but I've been frustrated at the lack of information I've been able to find and questions I would normally ask have been glossed over. This makes me feel a bit overwhelmed and powerless. As Alex doesn't start school at home until September next year anyway, I'm not too concerned as its more if an opportunity for him to play with other kids than anything else. He has been emotional about the ...
... very careful with my purse because there were lots of pick pockets around the town. He was a very gracious man and it was nice to spend a little of our afternoon with him. Once we had the last of our purchases, we left the Moroccan and headed up toward the Alhambra to begin our afternoon tour. They were very particular about allowing people in at EXACTLY 2 pm. One minute too early and they were turned away. So we stood back and waited until ...
... mum just won't stop telling her to dress better as she is living in Spain and the Spanish are very well dressed. The other girl was sympathetic and told her that sounded horrible. It's not that bad, just I feel really bad when people ask me about it. Ah the dramas of life in Spain. This conversation went on for about an hour. Her voice was piercing too. Paul and I could hardly take it any longer. Now I am really self conscious about my use of the word like. We decided ...