Posts Tagged ‘Malaga’

I’m really not used to the heat here in Spain.


Today, the temperature in the car read 43°C!


After living in the UK and becoming used to the rain, I now find heat like this really unbearable… how can anyone live in this weather? 🙂 I feel like I’m being roasted. 😦 roast beef…



Personally, I love buying clothes. Nothing excites me more than a spot of shopping (especially online shopping). I find that Ebay is the easiest place for me to buy my clothes, as, surprisingly enough, there aren’t many clothing shops that sell clothes of my size.

Yesterday I found myself looking on Ebay. To start off with, I was looking for replacement sunglasses. Then when I found none, I just looked for clothes in general.

It is surprising how addictive Ebay is – especially the bidding…
After waiting and waiting for the bidding to end, trying to outbid other bidders, I managed to win two loads of clothes (yay). I can’t wait for them to arrive (although I’ll only be able to collect them when I get home from Spain).

Never before have I taken a laptop away on holiday with me. Hmmm… in a way, it sort of makes it feel like less of a holiday and less different to be away from home. I remember the days when I used to play card games on holiday, which we never had time for at home. However, on this holiday, I seem to be doing everything I would do at home, just in Spain.

I brought my card games with me. I must make sure to use them at some point. 😀

Bye for now,


It would be just my luck to lose my sunglasses in a massive supermarket, after visiting all the aisles, wouldn’t it? Now I have no idea how to find them or where to look to get a replacement! (and they were very cool sunglasses).

The picture above shows the last time I wore them, at the airport a few days back, and I’m really annoyed that I lost them!

I travelled to Spain by plane. (that rhymed…)

The Lounge

I flew with British Airways, Club Class (something which I don’t usually do). It was lovely, because we got to hang around in the Lounge before the flight.


There, I could help myself to free toast!


And fruits!


And pastries (including small pain au chocolats, which were a perfect size for me)!


I even helped myself to some gin.


On the flight, I got a whole seat to myself, but the seatbelt could hardly fasten tight enough to hold me securely. I don’t think that the plane was built for passengers of my size.


It all went pretty smoothly, apart from the end of the flight, where I was determined to finish my bottle of champagne. To some, it might seem like a fairly small amount, but look at the bottle compared to me! I’m afraid to say that I got a bit carried away and became terribly drunk. I was planning on writing this post earlier, but couldn’t face it. I had a terrible hangover for a long time afterwards and still don’t see how I managed to drink a whole bottle of champagne on my own.