Ronda - Malaga
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This morning it was raining cats and dogs in Ronda and temperature was below 10 degrees. We therefore decided to abandon our plans to visit
We arrived in
After lunch I dropped the rest off in a pub near the parking while I walked a few doors down to a Cybercafé. Finally I was able to upload some pictures and the blog of the last three days on a proper online connection at a very proper fee (€1.
We had to wait in like at the Transavia check-in desk for almost an hour after it opened. Trying not to get too excited I simply buried myself in my Dalai Lama book but finished it before it was our turn. I survived the last 15 minutes with some uplifting Spock’s Beard on my new iPod. Security check, shopping center to get Mark a new bottle of Licor 43 (he’s really hooked on the stuff by now), ridiculously expensive Haagen-Dazs icecream and at a quarter past eight we were flying high towards the north. The flight was good but we missed the shuttle bus to the hotel by a few minutes, having to wait for half an hour. Dad thought it was a good idea that I drove home from the hotel’s parking lot. I knew the way best and he seemingly had gotten used to be driven around in the past 11 days. ;-)
At in the night I closed my front door behind me. Home sweet home, where a berserk cat was waiting for me and a note from Judith, who’d been so kind to take care of Gringo, told me that the little furry guy did not want me to go on vacation anymore. I gave it a thought for a second or two … hell no! I had two more trips coming up this year. Bring ‘em on!