A cute little Spanish town. Cars don't make much progress around the streets because drivers frequently stop to have long chats with pedestrians.
Had a bit of a hike here, around some interesting rock formations.
Bit of a depressing beach, but great fish.
A little hilltop town that celebrates its Muslim origins with tiled wall murals. There is a cemetery here with bodies stored above ground, stacked on top of each other. Looks quite bright and cheerful for a cemetery.
Still an active bullring where there are 3 fights held per year. There's an artillery museum with dueling pistols and other such weapons.
One of the oldest tapas bars in the town. Cheap, simple, tasty tapas. Whenever we go to these place they're always full of men, often watching soccer and playing dominoes.
This is the "new" bridge to the old city of Ronda. It's about 230 years old.
A small town with buildings built into the cliff face.
Traditional churros served with hot chocolate. Dad says the churros are just like char kuay. Have to say, they were really good. Probably the best churros I've ever had.
Confession: I suck at guided tours. Having someone talk at me constantly while I'm trying to take in the sights is like having someone explain the plot of a book to me while I'm in the middle of reading it. It drives me crazy. We had a 3 hour tour of the Mesquita and I was so irritated by the end of it that I can barely tell you anything about it.