It’s still raining in the morning. We decide to take a tour of Ronda from inside the van, then head down to the Coast del Sol.
The mountain roads back to the coast are a fair bit easier to drive that those on the way up. We head to a place recommended on the iCampsites iPhone app, Victors Beach. It’s a great spot and we stay for the night.
During the night, a little after Midnight, we heard several scooters park next to the van and turn off their engines. We both wake up and see three lads on scooters right next to the van. From their movements it seems they are hiding, behind the van, from someone on the road. They keep peeking around the cab at the road. I guess they are hiding from the Police, or from someone else.
It’s fairly windy in El Palmar this morning, just like I remember it 5 years ago. But, just like 5 years ago, it’s sunny and warm.
We work the morning, and decide to hit the road before having lunch. Tomorrow we plan to visit Gibraltar, and want to be there early. So we plan on heading south this afternoon and finding somewhere to wild camp.
I’ve been to, and stayed in Sagres many times. And whilst it’s a nice little town I’ve never seen it’s true potential.
When I was here before, 4 years ago it was earlier in the year, and the weather not so good. But today with the weather well into the 20’s we’ve had a fantastic day walking around the Fortulaza and town, eating out and sunning ourselves.