We then took another bus ride up a winding mountain road to the quaint town of Ronda. Built on the top of cliffs, Ronda features an arch bridge over a steep ravine, providing several outstanding views. We managed to catch a marching band playing traditional Spanish music. It was really cold, so we hurried back to our bus and headed for the port city of Malaga. After starting by the statue dedicated to Solomon ibn Gabirol (we learned his poems in our Hebrew classes!), we had some time to browse the Lario shopping area.
|Solomon ibn Gabirol|
The day ended with a falafel and pasta dinner in Torremolinos, where we are staying for the night. It was a great day to end off an amazing trip! Tomorrow, we return home to the States.