Nerja Our Last Stop
Well it's been 3 days since we got back from
, and it's been fun to be back in San Diego, but I'm going to miss
. On one of our last days we went to
with some friends because we had been told it was nice, and that there were caves there.
are the largest in
, and were spectacular. We couldn't take pictures because our camera died, but you can look them up and see for yourself.
was beautiful! It was a gorgeous day, and the beaches were great! It was great fun walking around and we got some pictures.
And that was it for our trip. We were there for a total of five weeks, and I'd never done anything like it. It was so different adjusting to Spanish all around, it seems weird that I never notice it in the states if it's there. Because I definetely noticed if there was
translation of something in
And I also saw things that you could never find in the US, such as castles, massive cathedrals, monkeys in the wild and Christopher Columbus' tomb, which I couldn't put up a picture of because the computer hates me.
All in all it was just a fantastic trip and I'm glad I could do this to show you all our adventures.
Andres is out.
on August 1, 2012
from the travel blog:
Spain Trip 2012
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Wow! the beach looks so clean. I am amazed looking at the pics of
caves on google images, it worth's a visit. Thanks for sharing your wonderful experience with these beautiful pics...
written by Sagar Kinara on August 2, 2012
First heard of
from this blog and looked it up in Google after. Indeed! nice beaches! very clean! Just a bit disappointing that you weren't able to take pictures of
written by Richard I. Marquez on August 6, 2012
Richard I. Marquez I understand you probably won't see this, but I am also sad I was not able to take pictures of
but I have some pictures of
of Gibraltar on that post, and while not as stunning it's similar.
on August 16, 2012
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