Hotel Arunda I
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small hotel, good price, very clean, wifi free, very good value, nice room, good bed, no brekkie inluded, very nice owners and staff, owner is a hiker and eager to give good advice on where to trek.
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... s a handful of tourist as well as a couple of locals up enjoying the cool evening air-- but there’s still a feeling of tranquility and timelessness to this place. And the fact that it’s about 20 degrees cooler here than Sevilla is certainly nice as well. I scramble about the ruins for a bit, and hike a short ways to check out an odd shaped boulder and then head on back down through Jimena once again. The streets are alive with locals coming out to chill ...
... it in their car and catch up again with the other teams. We wish them all the best and hope they can rejoin us quickly!
We arrived at the hotel as 4th and 5th team. As we were enjoying a - in our opinion well deserved - cold beer one team after another arrived. Stories and experiences so far were exchanged, and tickets for the ferry crossing tomorrow were arranged via a seller known to the organization who came to the hotel for us. Last ...
We then drove on towards the Laguna de Fuente de Piedra and called in at the visitor centre. This is the largest lake in Andalucia and the second largest breeding ground for flamingos in Europe. At this time of year there are only a few hundred of them, but by mid February there can be up to 16,000 breeding pairs, which must be an incredible sight. In the afternoon we drove around the lake, stopping off at ...
The circular Ronda Bullring is large and impressive and it must be an amazing experience when it's full with its four thousand or so spectators engaged in the contest. But I'm still not sure about this whole thing. Mind you, I'm still open to the concept of attending a bullfight just to experience the event and I suspect this weekend in Seville may offer my only opportunity to test just how open I really am.
By the time we'd finished the visit, J was starting ...
... the descent. It was a long way down, but worth the trek despite the tough hike back to the top. There are remnants of Arabic culture throughout the county of Andulicia and Ronda was no exception. Along with the water mine, the nearby baths were part of the old Arab Quarter of the city known as San Miguel. Following the Christian Crusades through the city the public baths were neglected, but these are still the ...