Travel Blogs from Ronda, Spain and Canary Islands

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Serrania de Ronda, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Serrania de Ronda

A travel blog entry by abalzer

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... .  Dinner was the only thing on the schedule for the evening so it was a great time to just sit back and reflect on the past few days in Spain.  Tomorrow we'll be hitting the sites early to beat the heat and avoid some of the crowds so until ...

Free rounds at the Arco Iris., Jubrique, Tarifa and Ronda, Spain travel blog

Free rounds at the Arco Iris.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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... once more to our Andalusian friends. We choose an equally long route back home to Madrid, but this time via the beautiful city of Ronda, Sevilla (no time to stop this time, we will be back though!) and Extremadura (another area we need to check out one ...

White Hill town of Ronda, Ronda, Spain travel blog

White Hill town of Ronda

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop

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... rest of the drive was a loop that took us close to Benamahoma, then down towards Ubrique and then back towards Grazalema and eventually Ronda. It was mountainous terrain and the roads were quite steep and narrow in many places. We saw lots of sheep and ...

Ronda, Spain, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Ronda, Spain

A travel blog entry by rnriggins

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... he arrived there was no one there despite signs saying they opened at 10. As we´ve noticed opening late is quite common in Spain and an employee arrived about 11. Lee hooked up with a group from Alabama that had arrived and entered the still primitive ...

The Final Countdown, Ronda, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

The Final Countdown

A travel blog entry by gings2014

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... So if you can hang in there for a couple more entries..it's nearly over!  (As an aside I took one for the team in Ronda and let a wasp sting me. Not a problem until my arm decided to take exception to it and morph into a giant Walls sausage. All ...

Ronda, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Ronda

A travel blog entry by fredchristman

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... spectacular cliffs. Those with a flair for fun and adventure might rent horses. Or perhaps challenge Spain's most famous and impenetrable defensive citadel by hiking down the gorge to find the herds of sheep and ...

Ronda, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Ronda

A travel blog entry by sophiatravels

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... as the old Arab baths, and a really good modern art museum featuring many works of Joaquin Peinado who was originally from Ronda. Ash and I had pretty much given up on Spanish modern art museums, but this one was fantastic. However, the highlight of Ronda ...

The wonders of the Gorge, Ronda, Spain travel blog

The wonders of the Gorge

A travel blog entry by eurom0e

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... little towns seem like they belong in a fantasy book, set in their tranquility amongst the mountain country side. We finally arrived in Ronda and found a place to stay. While we expected it to be a small little town like the other white villages, it ...

Juan Jose, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Juan Jose

A travel blog entry by cariverga

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... 1077;чный. А затем через Serrania de Ronda – в Ронду. --- Ронда – ...

Ronda = vertigo, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Ronda = vertigo

A travel blog entry by kescott

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Rondas famous bridge, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Rondas famous bridge

A travel blog entry by wheresindi

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... the views from around the bridge. The town had superb vews across the surrounding countryside. We found a restaurant overlooking the bridge and made sure we ordered vegetable dishes as we were all craving some veggies. The dishes were so ymmy it made Kat ...

5 è étape, Ronda, Spain travel blog

5 è étape

A travel blog entry by gigi_phil

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... . 185 KM. Trouvons très facilement l'hôtel vers 12H 30. Découverte hotel. Trouvons pile le parking désiré à Ronda (près ancienne ville). Affamés nous allons manger dans un resto découvert par Ghislaine sur internet. A recommander: Escoudero.10 ...

RONDA y los torros, Ronda, Spain travel blog

RONDA y los torros

A travel blog entry by kbort

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... that could change. I also visited the Arabic Baths (I think that is how you translate it) these were ancient baths from when southern spain was largely muslim. The baths are basically a spa with a hot room like a sauna a warm room to sit and get massages ...

Bullfighting and oxtail for Ashif's birthday, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Bullfighting and oxtail for Ashif's birthday

A travel blog entry by ashifreeshma

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Andalucia, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Andalucia

A travel blog entry by sabaidii

... a while to warm up. Only the Spaniards didn't seem to mind, at least the main street was packed as usually and even long after darkness fell. Ronda is really a spectacular place. It sits high on a cliff that must be at least 200 meters high. The ...

Sigo Andando, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Sigo Andando

A travel blog entry by kwirky250

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... with my left foot. It feels like i´ve had a cramp in my foot for the last 3-4 days. So the actual walking around Ronda was not so hot. (especially because my ankles had swelled up to about twice their normal size) But the view and everything more than ...

Help me Ronda; help help me Ronda., Ronda, Spain travel blog

Help me Ronda; help help me Ronda.

A travel blog entry by joeljenaturner

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... : Ronda. Along the way we passed some crazy vistas in the mountains, overlooking huge catchment areas. The land changes so frequently in Spain. Ronda is this epic two part town which is high on a plateau, but divided down the middle by a sheer gap gorge, ...

Ronda, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Ronda

A travel blog entry by pennydeakin

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... they had a nice view? Sad really.   For the rest of the afternoon we explored the narrow streets of Ronda and popped in and out of traditional Spanish delis full of jamon, olives, prunes, vino and other delicious things. We saw some small cups ...

Help me Ronda!, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Help me Ronda!

A travel blog entry by signsoflife

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... , signing along to the Christmas songs being piped onto the streets and ignoring the funny looks from the Spanish! However Ronda ended up being our favourite place in Spain up to now, it's a really scenic town split in half by a huge gorge connected by a ...

Viva Espagna!!, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Viva Espagna!!

A travel blog entry by matt81

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I cannot say enough about the people I have met in Spain thus far.  The hostel in Cadiz was fantastic and the friends I made there were outstanding.  I just want to keep a good thing going so do not want to write too much, just to say that I had ...

Great views into the gorge..., Ronda, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Great views into the gorge...

A travel blog entry by romaandgrant

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Ronda, another gorgeous little town. Fabulous view from the ,new, bridge down into the gorge. A quirky little hotel...with amazing breakfast ...

the rift in Ronda, Ronda, Spain travel blog

the rift in Ronda

A travel blog entry by thecabbage

En route to Malaga, I stopped by the small town of Ronda. It is in the heart of a region of Spain known for it's white-washed buildings. What it's really known for is the gorge, created by a small river, dividing the town in half. What follows are my ...

Help me Ronda.... Help,Help me Ronda, Ronda, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Help me Ronda.... Help,Help me Ronda

A travel blog entry by darrenhough74

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... gorge that divided the old own from the new and enjoyed wandering through the little old towns alleys.  From Ronda we took the scenic route which was stunning and windy but at times a little scary as it was a sheer drop down the ...

Ronda, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Ronda

A travel blog entry by alex_merwin

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... over to the Plaza de Toros before we had to catch the bus back to Sevilla. The oldest in Spain, the Ronda bullring contains a museum on bullfighting and is open to wander through the plaza, stables, and bullpens. Now empty, during the fall this place ...

Ronda - the Mountain City, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Ronda - the Mountain City

A travel blog entry by onegirlbigworld

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Pictures for now! Sorry for the lack of entry! (Hopefully I will be able to update soon ...

Ronda and Sevillan Traffic Circles, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Ronda and Sevillan Traffic Circles

A travel blog entry by haveyouseenher

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Dan and I were happy to be leaving Benalmadena and heading into the hills of Spain towards Sevilla. On our way there we stopped in Ronda, a town built on two sides of a deep gorge and noted for its typically white, Andalusian houses. What we found amidst ...

Ronda, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Ronda

A travel blog entry by samuvk

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I was living two years in Ronda a village in the Sourth of ...

Still Damp, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Still Damp

A travel blog entry by smirky

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... was some pie. Paul made sure that every one of the six whole chickens knew who was boss. From here we had to go back to spain and start our move north to Barcalona. We did this on local traains via the town of ronda which we could not do justice to ...

Ronda: Nachts tote Hose, vormittags tobt der Mob, Ronda, Spain travel blog

Ronda: Nachts tote Hose, vormittags tobt der Mob

A travel blog entry by haseundfuchs

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... erhalb von Campingplätzen oder ausgewiesenen Stellplätzen, übernachten. Ich bin müde und ein wenig ängstlich im finsteren Ronda. Martin ist noch unternehmungslustig und überredet mich zu einem nächtlichen Ausflug in die Innenstadt. Er hat in ...

Ronda, Ronda de la Frontera, Spain travel blog

Ronda

A travel blog entry by the_stamms

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... decided to divert. Ahh, the beauty of travel with no real obligation. We recognized a city from Bethany and Andre's trip to Spain, so we bought tickets to Ronda, another hill town in Andalucia. We arrived late at night after a full day in Jerez, and ...

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