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... enough to enjoy lunch . We rounded off the day with an excellent meal at Jocavi on the village square www.cafebarjocavi.com !
Certainly a memorable day, made even more so by all the lovely messages, cards, calls and gifts from family and friends . Thank You.
I'll stop being so smug now.
So on June 23rd we went to Nerja. It was about a 2 hour bus ride from Torremolinos, but it was so worth it! There are caves in Nerja that are some of the oldest caves in the world. They were over 100 ft tall and they contained archeological remains such as cave paintings and utensils from the different prehistoric people who lived in the caves about 25,000 years ago. As we were walking through the caves (we walked through for about an hour) we ...
... the traditional flamenco clothes which was beautiful and the young (as in 3 years old) as well as the old danced on the sevillanas music. Paulien, Julia and me (we are doing a sevillanas dance course) tried to join the crowd but we still have to practice.
That weekend, which is last weekend, I studied a lot and went to my first Spanish subbed movie in the cinemas with Paulien and Fanni (Hungarian girl) and had a nice girls night. It had been a long time since I had been ...
... night we decided to have some more tapas on a long and narrow street called Calle Navas. After we hit up the Granada night life and went to a discoteca called Mae West. Let's just say that when we left it was light out :)
After getting about two hours of sleep we caught a bus back to Madrid. I'm not sure why we thought it would have been any more comfortable than our other transportation experiences, but it was the cheapest option.
... way up because I'm always knackered as a result of what's gone before and today is no exception.
At last I'm at the top - there's not even enough room here to sit down and spread yourself out. But the views are great - Frigiliana and El Fuerte to the west, Nerja and the Mediterranean to the south and some of the peaks of the Almijara, including Cielo and Almendron, to the east. It's one of the reasons for coming up here (the other is ...