Hotel El Tajo
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... in plans on this subject. We were supposed to cross to Ceuta but due to storm traffic to this port has been suspended. Instead we will now most likely cross to Tanger. We will see tomorrow how it goes....
One of the teams coming in brought various music instruments and I joined them with my guitar. Although their level was a bit more advanced, I participated where possible and had a good time doing so!
Time to rest. Tomorrow we go to Morocco!
... plates with a picture of the church/palace/fortress at the top of the hill and the cast of Game of Thrones superimposed. It seems some episodes were filmed here in 2014, using both the hill and the bullring, bringing some income to the town which currently has the highest unemployment rate in the whole of the EU. The irony of course is that the 550 locals who took parts as extras would never see the finished product as ...
... such, very popular with outdoor enthusiasts. Coffee and a pastry rounded out the trip and then back to Ronda for another nibble by the doctor fish and free drinks at the hotel. Enjoyed a great tapas bar with our fellow Kiwis, then a quick nightcap at the hotel with several other fellow travelers - a good night was had by all.
On Thursday, October 9, we left Ronda mid-morning and drove to Cordoba via Antequerra, stopping briefly for lunch. After ...
... and Orson Wells were part-time residents of Ronda, where they did some of their writing.
Ronda has a strong bullfighting tradition, and on one of our days in the town a major bullfight was scheduled. By midmorning the town was filled with people and lines had formed at the bullfight ticket office. Our sympathies for the bull led us to not attend the fight, but we did enjoy roaming ...
... had driven on and would therefore drive off in. Apparently the people who did not have cars had to wait for those who did to drive off first. So we're standing there with about 4 other people looking at our watches and watching the minutes tick by. After about 15 minutes of waiting around they finally allow us to leave so we head off as fast as we can though immigration, baggage scans and in search of the train station. To add insult to injury it's ...