Family fun our treasure hunt adventure in Malaga.

Family fun day in Malaga. We were delighted to be invited to partake in a new and exciting adventure in Malaga, for my daughters birthday.  A GPS treasure hunt around the city.  So off we went four of the family, myself, 1 teenager & 2 twenty-somethings. Arriving...
March Madness.

March Madness.

March Madness. The cold weather continued and finally, the promised rain that we’d all been longing for, for months arrived, arrived and didn’t stop! The land, reservoirs and, rivers were dry, our water supplies were threatened to be non-existant for the...
Walking to El Saltillo.

Walking to El Saltillo.

Nestled in the Sierra Tejada in the Axarquia is the white-washed village of Canillas de Aceituno, at 645m altitude the village itself has far reaching views to coast and inland.  Eager to explore new routes to add to my walking memories, we parked in the village...
Museum of Crystal & Glass,through the keyhole.

Museum of Crystal & Glass,through the keyhole.

Stepping into the Málaga mansion, private home and museum of Crystal and Glass is a sight to behold.  This carefully restored 18th-century Palacio, is home to over 3000 privately owned pieces of glass from over the centuries.  Together with art, furniture and...
And breathe…

And breathe…

The end of January seems to take an age to arrive, not that we should be wishing our lives away, and yes we should be seizing the day, but warmer and longer days are welcome soon.  Taking time out to pat yourself on the back, relax and breathe makes it a little more...