Malaga was for me just a stopover before I went to my next volunteer job in a meditation center close to Malaga. I stayed there for 8 days. Quite a long stopover...
|My new tattoo :-). The idea was long planned but the appointment very spontaneous.|
Noche de San Juan in Malaga
|From Cádiz to Malaga by blablacar.es|
You have to jump over a bonfire and then jump into the sea.
|A jumping Spanish guy at the Noche de San Juan in Malaga.|
I want back to Maria and Rafa!
I went to my room and my bunk bed was quite high without side protection. OK, I hope I won't fall down... The bathroom was very untidy and obviously the saved toilet paper... Also the music from the reception was under my room and on until midnight...
Let me think... Ah! The coffee machine has also a button for hot milk. I took this milk for my cornflakes. The 10 other people as well :-). A bit like learning animals. One animal starts with something and the others do it as well. I call it 'Hostel life evolution' or just pragmatism ;-).
I found one on Hostelworld and its reviews described it as very cosy and comfortable but not in the middle of the center. Great! I booked it and it turned out to be great!
The idea was planned but the appointment spontaneous
In Spain there are many tattoo shops and many Spanish people have tattoos. Therefore I checked here the shops as well.
It is dedicated to my grandfather, my love to write, the lightness of life and the freedom like birds have.
Well, I don't like needles therefore I passed almost out and had to lay... I have to do it even for a tiny blood test...
|There it is: My new tattoo!|
When she saw my tattoo her co-worker showed me hers at her left side of her body. A big one that shows Ganesha. Very beautiful. They told me that the guy who did my tattoo is a very good artist in Malaga. So well done! :-)
A place to meet nice people over the world
He did a great job! In the Casa al Sur I met very nice people. He also told me that he is looking for workawayers and told me if I am interested, then I should check it out.
|Great place for talking about men's fears.|
That was John :-). John was half Mexican funny guy from the USA. He was a history teacher and very interested in Europe's history.
He came after Markus in my room.
|No, there are no sharks in the sea of Malaga...|
That was quite a coincidence. I gave him the link to my blog for some impulses.
Why Spanish people wish 'muchas merdas' for good luck
That is where "muchas merdas" comes from :-). I wonder where the English and German sentences "break your neck" is coming from...
Create your own nice place
There I met also very nice and interesting people like a very intelligent and lovely Spanish woman with the beautiful name Almudena (like the Church in Madrid) and a very open girl from Chile with name Nancha.
There I could improve my Spanish, that sometimes the considering way is not too bad and got some light bulb moments about religion, happiness and life...