|FROM THE FUENGIROLA RIVER.|
|ENTERING THE CASTLE.|
JACK COMING BACK TO SEE WHAT'S TAKING US SO LONG.
Truly Great Nephew Jack was again truly great all day. He posed in the remains of the guard house. I told him to salute and he was immediately cooperative. However, he gave a "two-fingered salute" (aka "the longbowman salute," "the two," "the tongs," and "the forks"). It's long been an insulting gesture in England (and other places) — their version of the American "finger." At a glance it looks like the "peace sign," but the palm is facing inwards. Do you suppose Truly Great Nephew Jack knew what he was doing?
|JACK AND MUM SARA STANDING GUARD.|
(JACK AND HIS TWO-FINGER SALUTE).
|A COMFY WINDOW-SEAT?|
|LOOKING EAST-ISH. MÁLAGA BEYOND THE MOUNTAINS.|
|NOW A POPULAR SPOT FOR CONCERTS AND SHOWS.|
|SARA ADMIRING THE VIEW AS JOHN AND JACK HEAD BACK DOWN FOR MORE EXPLORATION.|
|LOOKING BACK AT THE ENTRY. JACK'S GUARDHOUSE TO LEFT OF ARCHWAY.|
|BEAUTIFUL PLACE TO WALK.|
|THE PARK AND THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL DIGS.|
|HEADING BACK DOWN.|
|THE BRIDGE OVER THE FUENGIROLA RIVER.|
AT LOW-TIDE, YOU CAN CROSS ALONG THE BEACH IF YOU LIKE.
FRED ASTAIRE & GINGER ROGERS PERFORM VERNON & IRENE CASTLE'S "CASTLE WALK."