Finca La Guzmana
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... hype or will actually come to pass, and we have a month left before we head over that way, so we are keeping our fingers crossed that the European money men will decide to bail the Greek government out before we have to decide if we must cancel or can go ahead with some confidence that our time there won't ...
... town centre for a while. Very atmospheric.
Sunday 14 June 2015
Gen finished off his maintenance job (namely servicing the winches – one seized up completely the other day which meant bringing in the main by hand) and I cleaned our fenders (which were filthy from the black rubbing strips on the pontoon – needless to say the fender board was put in place quite quickly), afterwhich we went into Gibraltar again. Very quiet being a Sunday – ...
... the actual ring and museum. Orson Wells and Ernest Hemingway have visited Ronda and the bullring in their day. Well's ashes were actually dispersed in Ronda, he loved this town so much. After all that walking we returned to our room for a well deserved rest. Temp in Ronda around 26C. We decided to try an intimate home style restaurant, in the new part of town, tapas were 0.80€ each! The total bill with drinks was ...
... s gorge. The river is actually little
more than a small stream.
Unlike Antequera, Ronda is firmly on the itinerary of tour
bus companies as well as independent travelers. It seemed as though I was in an
untouristed place, one with a fair number of independent travelers strolling
around but by and large another Spanish town. At almost exactly 11:00 A.M. the
center of town suddenly became flooded with hordes of people following colored-umbrella-carrying
... majestic view and just sipping on the coffee. I could live like this, except I will need the coffee pot in the room. Now I am waiting for Johan to return the favor with an early morning cup of coffee in bed. Even when you move to a new country your roots stay with you. Upon leaving Rhonda we decided to go to Tarifa, this is the spot where Spain is closest to Africa, Just 14 km. On the way there we saw the Rock of Gibraltar and Ben and I took a ...