El Chorro Villas
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... mountains into Ronda. One of the towns we went through was Arcos de la Frontera, which we had been to many years ago by car. It's another one of these spectacular towns located at the tip of a steep promontory, with a castle on top. It's about 2 and a half hours from Jerez to Ronda, but the buses here, like the trains, are inexpensive, efficient, comfortable and on-time, so it was an easy journey. There in time to have a ...
Today, Monday, its suppose to be partly cloudy so is probably like every other day since we've been here. No rain since we have been here but we have had cloudy mornings. Shortly we will take a taxi into the town of Fuengirola. It's just about five miles down the highway but we feel if we walk we don't know the way or we could get turned around. Its hilly here! We went to 'Vam Fass' this morning. Believe it or not, the owners are from Montreal Canada. They left Canada because ...
... that our fitbits are going off saying we've reached our daily goal time after time. On another note it's sure strange to have doors and windows with no screens and no place to put them even if you had them. I guess they don't have flies here. Today we will take it easy and have tapas etc and get ready for our trip to Fuengirola tomorrow. I'm told we have shopping to do! Tuesday we go on a Granada tour and our touring ...
... of tourists that boost the towns economy.
On the way to Ronda we passed an impressive yellow painted farmhouse which was where the local black footed pig was reared. These much sought after pigs are fed on nuts which make their meat sweet and nutty to taste and it is very expensive meat. A cured leg of black footed pig could fetch 140 euros each.
Ronda is an impressive town that is set on a massive rocky outcrop with a ...
... the salad and the fresh (not salty) olives.
One story: sitting in the outdoor seating at a cafe we saw a little dog lie down in the middle of the street in a nice sunny spot, close his eyes and start to take a nap. Before too long a car came along, the dog didn't even open his eyes, and the car carefully drove around it. But then another car came and another, so the little dog had to give up on his sunny nap spot and move someplace with less traffic.