Finca Cortesin Hotel, Golf & Spa
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Hola Again……….this time from the Mediterranean!
When we left Seville, we headed for the south of Spain and the beach. However, we were going to pass next to Ronda, a particularly charming town with cobblestoned streets – one of the oldest towns in Spain. It sits next to a beautiful ravine, El Tajo and has a bridge …
... an ape is 4000 pounds. The other highlights of the rock Nature Reserve is St. Michael’s Cave and a Moorish Castle. The cave contains stalagmites and stalactites lit up in pretty colours and a weird subterranean breeze. The acoustics of the cave is such that they sometimes host performances within it. Where as the castle is a medieval fortification that due to its location is visible from most of the town. While we were disappointed in not being able ...
We decided to explore the Pueblos blancos (whitewashed hill
town) Casares as had heard of its village charm less touched by tourism in
comparison with others in our area. The drive was rather easy on the AP-7 which
is the toll road that runs across the Costa del Sol, sometimes running along
the coast with views of Mediterranean sea. To our pleasant surprise no traffic
whatsoever, sometimes we were the only ones on the road. However, if you want
... rule of thumb: If it looks dodgy going in, it’ll probably be dodgy going out.
People – You meet some pretty awesome people on the road. From carefree fresh-out-of-school teenagers to funky middle-aged couples to wise pensioners who’ve decided to explore the world before it’s too late, I’ve come across them all and every one of them has had a colourful and unique story to tell. The friendships you ...
... are much alike as colonial remnants with both claimed by the bordering countries. The peoples of both places relate to each other. My guess is both places will remain the same. Their strategic importance has faded. Both are economically self-sufficient, but not economically important, so the mother countries of both don't really care a whole lot. Whatever significance each has is symbolic, a quirky, historic residue of political geography. A tale of two ...