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Life’s a Beach

Mum and I only overlapped for day so we didn’t get to spend much time together. We made the most of our day though spending it down at Burriana Beach. Dad went down early to reserve us some sun beds…

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Fish Friday’s

On the old coast road out towards Torrox there are loads of little restaurants right on the beach. Dad had heard that one of them did really good fish. Always open to finding new restaurants I was keen to try it.…

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Dal Toscano

Extremely hungry after our day of exploration and adventure we made our way into town for dinner at another of our current favourite restaurants in Nerja, Dal Toscano.After waiting 20 minutes for the bus and it not arriving..timetables are more…

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Beach Hopping

I said to Dad that I’d quite like to go snorkelling. So we packed up the car with towels, an umbrella, a picnic and snorkels and hit the road. There are lots of little rustic beaches along the coast so…

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The Isle of Man

My boyfriend races motorbikes. He actively chooses to ride on narrow, country roads at over 100mph, 116mph average to be exact. All for his own enjoyment. He’s actually pretty good at it. This motorbike world is still relatively new to…

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The Champagne Bar

It seemed only fitting on our last night to go to our favourite place Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc. We started our evening at the Coulthards with some pretty lethal, pre dinner, gold martini cocktails…which I’m about to spill.How beautiful does this…

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Life is Better on Bâoli Beach

I’ve mentioned before that the beaches along the Croisette can get very crowded during August. Because of this we try to venture away to quieter places such as Palm Beach or Juan les Pins. If we really don’t want to…

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