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Travel Blogs from Ronda
Ronda: beautiful drive, scenery awesome - olive trees and bright green fields. We stopped in Puerto Serrano becasue I thought 'the name sounded nice', although was a bit like a desert town being Easter Sunday but we ended up getting a great lunch that is up there with mum's "best of Spain" meals - all for about 7 bucks each.
We arrived in Ronda …
... below from the village are like an artist's strokes on canvas. There are three bridges on connecting the gorge and thus the old and new town. The tallest bridge 'Puente Nuevo’ is the city’s most impressive features and affords unparalleled views. Every street in the old town was full of a characteristic ...
... br> village. The pace seems to be going in a
slow motion with village folk chatting with each other while sipping a drink.
We loved the traditional Spanish village charm of Casares.
On our way back we stopped at Marbella- a popular resort town.
We went through the old town’s clean, narrow, cobblestone streets; every street
had its own unique character. One of the nice town squares to see at Marbella
is the Plaza de los Naranjos or Orange Square. ...
... 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 think of going vegetarian... till the next Iberico ham ...
... of your balancing effort walking on the supporting beam, 70metres up looking down at the canyon.
The whole walk was amazing. Walking along a cliff face, through old tunnels, looking at the 100's of climbing routes through the canyon.
The afternoon was spent climbing near the canyon, sending a 6a and a 6b route before trying a 6b+ but being too tired out.