Hotel La Posada
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This time last year, or maybe a little later, we flew into Malaga, went to Ronda by bus, then on to Sevilla by train, so this year we thought we'd take a day trip back to Ronda, which is a spectacular town on the edge of a great chasm, and which we liked a lot. (See last years blog for pics) We got the bus from Jerez, which went out across the plain and then up into the sierras, through a number of smart white-walled towns, and ...
... on have been in very good condition.
Upon leaving Ronda it wasn’t long before we were into the rolling hills of olive groves again. As we ventured further into the countryside we came across a cork grove. It is interesting how sections of the trunks of the trees are harvested. Not sure how long it takes for the bark/cork to re-grow before they can harvest another crop of cork.
Our first stop is Grazalema – which sits below ...
... their dining room into the ravine in the mid-90's. We had relaxing beverages at the town square near the cloistered nuns cookie window and a great dinner with the group. Becca's Corner: had to be our lunch in the little hillside town of Zamora. A sandwich to split, a beer, a bottle of water anda tapas late for only 5.80€. Gotta love the small towns! Lunch for two never tasted so good. And the view is ...
... afterglow of the day. What a perfect night. Not a leaf stirred on a tree, the sky was still a deep blue above me but was dusted with a fiery pink, as the last rays of the sun caught the fairy floss like whisper clouds. Cliffs tower above the town and after emerging from the cafe cum bar across the road they were seen to be washed in the golden light of 5,000 watts of sodium vapour light - beautiful. Let's see what astonishment tomorrow ...
... sunny yet windy day, we laid out our snacks and supplies on top of an archway looking over the countryside. It was a great lunch despite the fact that one our group members, Hannah threw her knee out again from the rough hike. We took it easy from there out.
Half of the group decided to go down and half up to see more of the city and it’s bridges. I decided to go on a photo hunt by myself and on this journey I found a little bit of the slums of Ronda as well two more ...