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... worth a visit. Although I'm not in favour of bull fighting it is a part of the culture here and so a visit was in order. There are also some old Moorish baths and a Bandeleros museum - apparently Robin Hood style bandits sought refuge here in the many cliff side caves. Fascinating place, charming and pretty. Last night we found an Irish pub and watched the rugby - Australia vs Argentina. Atmosphere was terrific and we were very pleased Australia ...
... I wanted to make sure we could secure seats.) Well guess what..the ticket counter was closed and if you wanted a ticket you'd have to wait until the next day when you'd buy them on the bus. Returning back to the train station where Jack was patiently waiting with the luggage, we found out there were no taxis, and your only option would be to call for one on the phone. Right. Our Spanish is not that good, and the staff at the station just pointed you to ...
... future walking. The garden was a bit of a disappointment so we chose to just walk around the town with a couple of stops for food and drink and try to find some shade out of the heat. Managed to find a cute little red leather bag and a linen shirt as I did not bring a lot of summer things with me as this hot weather was not predicted. Back on the train at 5 for a snooze on the two hour journey back to Malaga. We ...
... have lunch in the sun, before getting the bus back. The scenery is amazing, and we saw a huge cloud of large black or dark-coloured birds wheeling over the top of one mountain, maybe a couple of dozen of them. They looked like predators and reminded me of the huge spread-winged vultures from Egyptian tombs. My guess would be buzzards, but I don't know. Where's Davina when you need her! (Edit: just reading a book by an ...
... just coz we could but did wander for a lateish breaky before a visit to the Ronda Bull Ring constructed in the late 1700's with its first event held in 1785. Ronda is the home of the modern bullfight and a series of bullfights are held here in the first week of each September. For the rest of the year, the site is the haven for tourists who wander the site and attend the on-site bull fighting museum.
They had a few fighting bulls held in a pen for display purposes creating ...