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Leaving the coastline of the Mediterranean, we gained altitude rather quickly. The views were beautiful -- and admittedly, it was nice to be out of the large city! We wound our way up the mountain road, and in no time we were coming into Ronda. Like Granada, Ronda has an old city and a new city. The old city streets are very small, windy, and not …
... beautiful!!!! Also wheat fields and few olive orchards. The sunflowers were wonderful.... Never have we seen so many fields of them as far as the eye could see. Bill and I got all excited ( at least I did... He was a lot calmer). Others on minibus were pretty non responsive about the sunflowers till we had to stop for herd of sheep.... Then the tides turned. Made their day!!!! Crazy!!!! Stopped at gorgeous little town called Zahara (said Zara) ... Up high on a hill top.... ...
... atmosphere. Ronda is also a great base for hiking in the
surrounding mountains and valleys. I planned two nights in the city (in a small
pension that charged 16 Euros for a small single room with shared bath) so that
I could have two full days including one to go on a long day hike in the area.
As difficult as I find the Spanish schedule of eating lunch
in what seems to me to be the middle of the afternoon and dinner around the
time you should be starting to ...
... Spain, saw Africa and stepped on English soil. To top it off we stopped next to the road, Johan, Ben and I took our shoes off and splashed in the Mediterranean Sea, where the water was surprisingly hot. Finally Johan is healthy again and he took the steering wheel for the day. Ben is sitting in front with him, and continually gave "instructions, changed settings on the gps, reminded Johan to put lights on, managed the wipers etcetera ." Johan ...
... 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 ...