Two Days Backpacking In Malaga Spain

So my Journey begins at Malaga, Spain in July 2016…I’m excited to be here, but I remember I didn’t feel well at all, I had a bad headache, stiff neck and felt dazed from everything around me.

As I got through the passport control area and into arrivals, I sat down for an hour before I did anything. Then I said to myself “come on Macca! Get you shit together and get to your accommodation.”

Right here we go then!

Transport  

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Now as soon I walked out of the entrance I saw a bus “Line A Express” I was lucky enough to jump on and only paid 2 Euro. You can buy your ticket in advance if you wish through ALSA website, but I bought my ticket from the driver. It will take you about 40 minutes to get to the centre of Malaga, but that is depending on traffic.

Accommodation 

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This was my first experience using Airbnb and I must say I would recommend it to anyone! Now, unfortunately, I didn’t take any photos of my accommodation because I was ill and didn’t feel in the mood to take any.

So I stay at HabitaciĆ³n ivi 1 (El Bulto area) for two nights costing me 45 Euros. Not a bad deal at all when you consider the location of the apartment and having a private room. I was right by the Puerto Harbour and it was a 15-minute walk to the beach.

Sure you can do it cheaper at hostels but I’m glad I didn’t book one because I didn’t feel well at all and needed a good night sleep.

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So as I said before my first day I didn’t feel well at all but I said to myself…”I think a bottle of beer or two will help”

I left my apartment and walked up the Puerto harbour and towards the malagueta beach. Then I came across the little bar that was over the road from the beach and I thought this will do.

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I didn’t do a lot in Malaga but just relaxing on the beach and drink a few beers, which I did do on the 2nd day. I didn’t really plan to do any sightseeing which I kind of regret now but I still enjoyed it my time.

So my next trip is from Malaga to Antequera which is a 45-minute bus journey. Then Myles will pick me up from Antequera bus station and head to Archidona where I will start my first WorkAway experience.

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