Teba: A Spanish Castle with a Scottish History

A crumbling castle in rural Andalusia with a Scottish history?  And you can go wander around for free, and it only costs like €2 to get in to the building itself?  Say what? Yep, that’s the Castle of the Stars at Teba. Teba itself is a pueblo blanco (white village –…

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Ronda: How one city is Celtic, Roman, Moorish and Christian all at the same time

Ronda is the closest big town to where we live, it’s where our Spanish school is located, and where we do most of our shopping (when we don’t want to make the drive to Little England aka Gibraltar).  It’s jam packed with history, and the architecture is a constant reminder that…

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