Ronda is a pittoresque town, just an hour away from Malaga. It is famous for its ‘Puento Nuevo’, a bridge over a 91 meter deep canyon. Because it is more land inwards, it was already a lot hotter here then in Malaga, but we decided to walk down to the bottom of the bridge anyways. A nice walk and a marvelous view!
Hiding in the shadow
How beautiful is this view
Selfie-worth of course
Spanisch houses all have bars at the lower windows
Back in the center
From a rainy Netherlands we literally stepped into a Spanish sauna when we got off the plane. Two weeks of bare legs, no jackets and lots of sun. We made a roundtrip through the south of Spain, starting in Málaga.
Elderly people enjoying the shadow
We visited Alcazaba, a Moorish palace-fortress
The view from up there was really stunning
Of course we needed some sugar
This is probably the closest we’ve got to a beach in our whole vacation
On our second day in Paris we did what we do best: walking, drinking coffee, shopping and eating. We started our day with a very long walk, but that was mostly due to wrong directions in Foursquare to our breakfast spot. In the end we ended up super hungry and decided to start the days with muffins.
That’s right! This time with my friends Lisa and Timo. We arrived Thursday afternoon and stayed for three days. The weather was super nice, which was absolutely a blast (crazy how rainy it was only three weeks ago). We strolled around in our neighborhood, did some windowshopping in le Marais and ate a lot of cheese with of course a nice wine. Here is our first day!