|THE VIEW FROM MY WINDOW.|
|THE VIEW FROM DUDO'S PERCH.|
On our way to Cafe Manila for coffee, I took a closer look. There was a line of people waiting for rides. The tightly tethered balloon would be taken up vertically 40 feet and then brought back down. Next! The entire trip took about a minute and a half. But you then received an "Hay Otro Sevilla" (There's Another Seville) tote bag and parting gifts. You could receive the tote bag and parting gifts without going up in the balloon. All you had to do was wait in line and register. But, it was hot out there. Photos were enough for me.
|ROMAN RUINS. SEVILLANO BALLOON.|
|STARTING THEIR DAY AT THE BEACH WITH AN UNUSUAL SIGHT.|
|IT DIDN'T GO MUCH HIGHER THAN THIS.|
|IS THAT SAN GERALDO WAVING FROM THE TERRACE?|
NOPE. HE WAS BACK INSIDE IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT.
|NO NEED TO EVEN ASK IF THAT'S SAN GERALDO IN THE BASKET.|
Four hours later and the balloon had been deflated and loaded into the back of an SUV. Nothing big has taken its place on the beach. But, the summer fair (Feria) is happening in Málaga this week. I'm hoping to go tomorrow, although it's kind of hot for walking around the city. Tomorrow night, the 10th annual Medieval Market opens right here in Fuengirola at 10th-century Sohail Castle (click here to see the castle). If I don't make it to Feria this week, I at least plan to see our own medieval market.