Started to get a bit cool around sunset, particularly down by the beach.
A day, a week, a month…whatever the frequency of visits to most areas of the town, something will have changed. Just past Meson de Antonia at the start of calle Carabeo, a new Indian restaurant, Goa Town, is in the process of being built.
The way the water was washing over this rock it looked like a swirling vortex. And a couple of black and white shots thrown in for good measure, although one should probably be classified as ‘almost black and white’.
Sunday was hot with little wind and almost calm seas – so no more excuses for not starting the repairs to the ruptured sewage pipe off Torrecilla beach. Being calm, the sea was actually very clear by the beaches which was a big change from last week.
Cake as well as tapas, what could be better? A lemon cake and a huge chocolate specimen!
Turry on Plaza La Marina, Nerja, is a great little tapas bar with a nice terrace and, if you have kids, there is a play area only a few metres away. I had the lasagne as my tapa today – had it before and was impressed, so thought a revisit was in order. Delicious.
There are now quite a few fairly new and colourful pieces of street art on the school wall along the middle section of the rio Chillar walkway in Nerja. Being an orange bandana on the ninja turtle means it must be Michaelangelo.
A fruity and nutty offering at Anahi, calle Puerta del Mar, Nerja.
The day started a little on the cool side as it was a bit overcast but soon warmed up. Rain, however, is currently forecast over the next few days. First up is a video from today.
A few phone snaps taken from a rooftop in Málaga city around sunset while a huge fish was being loaded onto the BBQ.