La Hacienda de Mijas Golf
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... riding single file down the narrow streets. And for the faithful, Mijas offers a unique little church—or more of a grotto—overlooking the sea with a rugged, uncut stone look on the outside. Inside it’s a cave chapel dedicated to the town’s patron saint. As daylight fades over the vast panorama, I find a spot where I can strum my guitar and immortalize my Mijas Moment. I skip the donkey ride and continue on through town, past a large ...
... to go and sit on the next suitcase so Sue can try to close it. Packing the right clothes for 36 days away is a bit of a challenge but hopefully we will be ready to leave tomorrow!
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... German couple and shared stories. The have an older brown Labrador, which had a fit during the night. I think that they will put their Morocco travel on hold until the all clear.
It was a colder night than we were used to but not as cold as it would have been at Ronda. Our elevation was about 500m. The village being very tidy and was have been owned by arabs before 1300's.
... St Emilion wine at Lidl to help renew our friendship.
Their journey is more intrepid than ours, as they are heading to places like Iran. They were very helpful in sharing travel information to make our travels easier.
We ended up having three nights together, not doing much else than talk and eat. I think that both groups were enjoying time out from the road ...
... visited the museum of the Spanish Inquisition with all original instruments of torture. No pics allowed. I can understand why. It was very macabre , dimly lit with Gregorian chanting in the background. Couldn't wait to get out. In the evening, back at the villa we all had paella, cooked by Mirium, Antonio's wife. He is our other driver and Spanish guide, cruelly labelled Manuel and teased mercilessly by Gary the owner of the tour company. Looks a bit like a Spanish Woody Allen ...