Hotel La Posada
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We drove from the Malaga coast to Ronda, the road which was 1200 meters above sea level and about 1 hour drive inland. The road was steep but very good. Our camper had no problems getting there. The village is very nice and touristy. We looked around and decided to go to one of the famous smaller white villages perched on the side of the hill. The town is Benarraba. We met a ...
Next I drove to Ronda, where there is a famous 'new bridge', built in 1784, and the town sits both sides of a deep gorge. The campsite was about 15 mins walk from the town, the only thing i didn't like about it was that it was on a very slight slope, enough though that i felt i had to fight rolling to one side of my van in my sleep, making for rather disturbed ...
... las Bodegas with houses and shops built right into the rock faces. What we didn’t expect however, was to drive right through the centre of this confined small town! Maria funnelled us deeper and deeper into town, the streets narrowing as we ventured on - the stone walls closing in on us, side mirrors pulled in and Heather hanging out the window yelling out the inches of clearance we had on the each side of the car. Once we ran the gauntlet and found a ...
... Left it until 8pm this time but we were still the first ones there. Warm goat cheese platter with walnuts and dried fruit followed by slow cooked lamb shoulder the equivalent of any 5 star restaurant in Oz and a tenth the price! Another satisfying day in the mountains.
11/5.Guy feels the need to climb a mountain, I feel the need to rest to recharge batteries. Send him off at 8 am - catch up on my communications with home. Guy returns ...
... in the shadow of this great example of natures bumps and lumps. We leave the dogs with Sharron as we walk across the live runway to the British territory. The main shopping street feels like the home of about fifty years ago with its pubs, and bobbies walking the beat. Red telephone boxes, red buses and correctly sized traffic lights with amber lights fill us with a sense of comfort after our two months of mainland European travelling. We decide not to go up ...