Date: 28th September 2019
Travelled: Just around Ronda on the scooter
Stayed: Ronda municipal aire, €10. the usual services. N36.75211, W05.14749
Budget: 111 days @ €74 per day
We slept well enough, although my dreams of a career as a border control officer are in tatters. The aire in Ronda offers no shade during the day but at 800+m of elevation it was very cool overnight. The best thing about the aire is it has a motorhome wash bay with a pressure cleaner (€1=5minutes).
Map of Ronda, the icon on our parking spot
So I wait until a respectable hour (after 9 am) and set to work cleaning the Hymer. I cannot remember the last time it was cleaned but it was probably back in Portugal. The aire has a washing machine and dryer and Pam runs two big loads through. Then we start on the inside. By mid-day the bed is re-made, all the cloths are done and away. The Hymer smells like a detergent commercial. To celebrate I scooter down to the Lidl for a bag of ice and we relax before going out to explore Ronda.
The photos above are taken on the Plaza del Socorro. We come back here for a drink later in the day.
Ronda also boasts a bullring which is now a museum.
We have a drink in the Plaza de Socorro and Pam purchases a much needed hat before we head back to the Hymer on the scooter.
We start chatting to John and Tina from England, which turns into a long chat over a couple of drinks.
So that was Ronda…
Michael and Pam