Our last morning in Ronda started with an exact repeat of yesterday jut at a different cafe.
At dinner the night before AJ had suggested taking some engagement photos. The first part of the morning was spent gathering a college of photos of Stefan and Amanda around Ronda.
As a group we all toured the bullring the first purpose built bullring in Spain. Before grabbing some Sangria at a cafe underneath Ronda's famous new bridge.
We all spilt up at this point. I went for a wine tasting at the Bodega Ronda. As it happened I was the only person there. The place's main business coming through the daytime coach trips. For 10euros I sampled nine different wines 7 of which from Ronda.
Just after I returned the the villa Stefan & Amanda had finished their walk. Stefan joined me in the hot tub for some sunbathing and wine.
We headed out for dinner earlier this evening as the restaurant we wished to try did not take reservations. Amanda & I secured a table for seven. The tapas on offer here was the best of the trip. The food had been put together with great imagination. Our host the owner was a character himself that made the night. My favourite of the deserts was the Gin & Tonic ice cream. De locos de tapas is a must when visiting Ronda.
After dinner David & I had one last spell in the tub while the henches played peaknuckle. A card game of some sort. The Henches had all brought head torches which allowed them to play. Well prepared as ever.