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Day of rest

We are now reassured that if necessary we can walk into town and to the beach . Parts of the road close to the site doesn't have a pavement. It's not that busy at night. It's the main road up to the mountains and is well used by cyclists,bikers and boy racers.

Gordon appears to have enjoyed the lack of exercise as long as he could find the shadows.

It's not a bad place to hangout great views and uninterrupted sunshine.

When the sun began to set Gordon and I went for a stroll/ toilet run. Plenty of shade which is fast becoming essential for him.

Tomorrow we head into town looking for a cycle repair shop. Hopefully we can get it fixed soon as it's another string to our bow. It's carnival week so it would make access easier.!

Oh and yesterday we stumbled across the pro Palestinian march as it wended its way through the streets of Malaga!

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