Southernmost tip.

If you’ve got to have a bit of a cold it has to help if your campsite is near the beach and enjoying warm sunshine, if that beach is the very southern tip of Spain, looks over the Straights and you have a view of the African coastline so much the better. I have plonked myself in that situation until all symptoms pass.

I left Ronda on the A397 over the Sierra Bermeja to San Pedro, a road with many almost unbeatable views, hairpins and contour lines galore. I cannot be as complimentary about the A7 between San Pedro and Algeciras – concrete jungle … Past Algeciras the road clambered over more mountains giving splendid views over Gibraltar, then dropped down to sea level and my current home.

🙂 🙂 🙂

Safaris – past and future

It’s looking good for the European safari. The house purchasers are wanting to exchange contracts as soon as possible and we’re hoping to complete after the holidays – which will give J time to find somewhere. Add to that K’s brilliant recovery from very successful back surgery and all plans seem back on track 🙂 🙂

So my mind is once again on travelling, but as I’m unlikely to take The Van to Africa I’m adding a gallery of a past safari in Kenya when I visited Amboseli, Lake Naivasha and The Mara.