The second day of our Andalucian road trip (see Saturday’s post for day one) set off inland and headed in an easterly direction to Arcos de la Frontera…
…followed by lunch and a mid-afternoon stroll around Grazalema…
…and finally a late afternoon visit to Zahara de la Sierra.
Regional elections are in the air in Andalucia and if nothing else the political banners added some contrasting colours to the predominantly white built-up environment of the towns:
Sandwiched between all three towns was some outstanding scenery and almost too many beautiful views to photograh. Here are a few that I did:
Many thanks to my fellow students of Spanish: Kate and Paul from Vermont and Mike from The Netherlands. They were excellent company!
Tomorrow it’s back to work studying Spanish at the language school. Two weeks down, two weeks and three days to go!
Nice to be able to get away from school! Lovely pictures.
Thanks (and yes, it is!)