A week driving a total of seven hundred and fifty kilometres between Malaga to Gibraltar and back again was interesting but the weather was windy and cool. It was warmer in the UK, dammit.
I don't get on with small cars, and the hired Corsa felt like an electric-band powered blancmange. Ok for around town I suppose. Along the coast the land and architecture could best be described as bland. Inland and away from the beach-town wastelands of vast sprawling shuttered holiday apartment-land, it's much, much nicer.
I didn't take many pictures as there really wasn't much to take. This shot of Ronda, an hours drive inland, was the exception. The weather was more interesting than the usual blue skies and added a little more atmosphere to an already stunning landscape.