Finca Los Pastores
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was built between 1751-1793. We traversed the bridge and looked way way down, snapping a few shots before wandering around the Mercadillo streets. The evening paseo was in full force, and throngs of shoppers filled the streets checking out the usual brand name stores. We hunted up and down the area looking for a small supermarket, but no luck. That evening we had a nice sit-down dinner in a restaurant (La Puerto Grande) with white tablecloths ...
... looking lake with crops everywhere on lower hills and the lovely white village nestled into the hill. Spectacular views. Onward to Ronda ... A town built high up on a massive river gorge... Stunning views into the gorge and into the distance of the great patchwork fields of crops.... Harvests of hay and wheat with flowers and green. Did tour of the bull ring... Was a bit creepy hearing it all. The Matadors are like rock stars if they make it big, however life can be very ...
... going to bed, I have somewhat been
adjusting my own schedule to local norms. In Ronda I spent the morning and
early afternoon tooling about and taking in the town. After lunch I realized it
was the warmest hours of the day with the brightest sunshine…..so best to take
a siesta for a few hours before venturing out on a little hike.
While Ronda’s west-facing cliffs look virtually
insurmountable, there is in fact a trail leading down to good viewpoints ...
... resulted in the heart eventually being returned to Scotland and most of the knights dying in this corner of the world. Strange connections! After driving through some very dry and rugged countryside, a little reminiscent of parts of Australia but with olive trees instead of gum trees, we arrived at Ronda. What a treasure that turned out to be. Marvellous history and magic landscapes and the world's oldest bull ring dating back to the 1700s where bullfighting changed ...
... which ferry to take or to where, we purchased the cheapest ferry tickets we could find from Tangier to Spain. OK, now fast forward three and a half weeks to today. We were staying in the main tourist area of Tangier which was a mere 10 minute walk to the ferry port. Checking our pre-purchased ferry tickets we see that we have to check in an hour before our 12pm departure or we may forfeit our tickets without a refund. No problem we thought, so ...