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... at an angle from the earth, looking a bit like a sinking ship. The castle itself is closed, but there’s a cathedral and some ruins being excavated on the other side, so I take my video clip and continue my stroll around the perimeter of the castle before heading back into town. The heat is stifling, but I’m determined not to let it slow me down, even though I’m about the only person out and about. There are supposed to be some ancient tomb ...
... brother were waiting to pick me up from the bus stop. I arrived in her home town and we went to a bar to meet her friend that she wanted to introduce me to because he plays Tennis and because i had previously mentioned that i love tennis, she wanted to introduce me to hopefully get a tennis partner. After meeting him and realizing that most people here don't speak English she had to do most of the translating when i couldn't express what i wanted to say. After that ...
... lip of the gorge before heading to the bullring a few blocks away. Bullfighting in Ronda takes place in September and probably wouldn't interest us but being in the center of a real bullring was a first for us. The Bullring complex also included a couple of very good museums. The Ronda bullring looked small to us but has seating for 4000. As easy as the drive to Ronda was, the drive back DOWN to the coast was ...
... morrocan, it has very narrow streets, woven around squares with tinkling foutains and green verdant spaces with shuttered houses seemingly asleep in the hot sun. Its deep shadows and quiet alleys provide real peace and quiet from the buzzing town grown outside of this once fortified muslim town. There is more than one lovely church here to peep inside and abundant orange trees grow everywhere.
Puerto Banus is where all the money is in Marbella, its harbour is ...
... back through a national park where the last bandito died holed up in a cave in the mountains.
I must apologise that this is starting to become a bit of a tour guide as we have not had any diplomatic incidents since meeting the relatives. I also need to finish writing as I have just realised that some wasps are making a nest right over my head. So the epic saga of the garden shade will have to wait till another ...