Category Archives: Spain, Malaga

Málaga … a touch of Granada’s Alhambra and Seville’s Alcázar without the heaving crowds, and where less is Moor (hawh hawh!)

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It is not surprising that Granada’s Alhambra and Seville’s Alcázar attract thousands of visitors every year. These beautifully restored Moorish palace-fortresses in Spain’s Andalusían region are simply enchanting. Yet, because of their overwhelming popularity, it is almost impossible to capture … Continue reading

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Málaga … Pompidou, Picasso and expensive Crocs

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El Chorro, Bobastro and the new Caminito del Rey, Spain

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El Caminito del Rey, Malaga … is this still the most dangerous pathway in the world?

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I can to a degree, understand why people risked their lives, up until recently, to walk across the remains of El Caminito del Rey – a century old concrete pathway that skirts around the stunningly beautiful Los Gaitanes Gorge, sixty … Continue reading

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Bobastro … the stunning one-thousand-year-old Spanish ruins sadly eclipsed by the once most dangerous pathway in the world

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Most people arrive in the Spanish village of El Chorro just to catch the bus out of it and to the start of the once infamous pathway El Caminito del Rey. This is understandable as admittedly, there is little else … Continue reading

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