La Pueblo de Ronda

I had been on the journey to Malaga for two hours when I pulled into the gas station to fuel up. I had my sights on seeing the waters off the southern coast of Spain when I looked at my cellphone to check the distance I had to cover before I would arrive.

I only had about twenty minutes before I reached my destination. The only problem was that after two hours of driving, I was headed to Ronda, and not Malaga.

I felt foolish for making this mistake, however, all in all, I found that Ronda was the perfect destination to spend that beautiful sunny day in the southern region of Spain.

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Plaza de Toros de Ronda
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Ronda’s bridge
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I didn’t find bulls at the Plaza de Toros, only horses.
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The rental

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…a little disturbing.
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…the other side of the bridge

 

Jamón — dry-cured ham from Spain
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