I had the great pleasure of meeting Queen Elizabeth at a tea party for her 90th birthday.
She looked amazing and once she had taken a cup of tea to get her over her flight on easyjet she joined the TAPAS choir to sing some of our really old
and best loved British songs.
Obviously it wasn't really her but they put on a great show and the speech was written with lots of humour and spoken in the Queen's English.
The choir were dressed in period costume with Scots and Welsh attire also worn alongside other typical English costumes and uniforms.
It was held at the Malaga Museo de Aeropuertos so along with the chance to peek into the fascinating museum there was a classic car show with an
array of beautifully maintained vintage cars including the 1924 Rolls-Royce which amusingly was nicknamed 'The Refrigerator'.
After the 1st world war Rolls-Royce introduced this smaller car to make it more accessible to the modern younger person with disposable income. It was often exchanged for their refrigerator in the 1950's hence the name it's known by.
The museum's latest project is to restore the De Havilland Dove which is a British airplane that has gone into disrepair.
The museum is definitely worth a visit and great for adults and children.
Typical tea and cakes were served in the gardens while people looked for shady areas to sit away from the burning sun including under the wings of two
old aircraft's housed in the grounds. A fun day to meet new and old British and Spanish friends
Blog and Photos by Shaina Jan Myers.