Villaluenga del Rosario is a small white village high up in the Cádiz mountains. Like many of the villages in that area it is famous for its sheep and goat cheeses, many of them made in small artisanal workshops. I was lucky to be invited along on a day trip to this gorgeous village by my new friends and neighbours Valeska and Fernando @PaladarTomar to attend an Andalusian cheese fair. Along the way we also had a nice rustic lunch and took in the sights.
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The “Barrio de las Artes”, once a dodgy area of town, has been transformed into a bohemian rhapsody of street art with international artists being invited to add their creations to the walls of the neighbourhood buildings. Somehow I missed getting a photo of the two biggies – massive murals just behind the Contemporary Arts Museum put up by D´Face and Obey… next time!
My first two-week holiday in over 20 years! Went to my “second home” Málaga (with my new kitten Morcilla) and had a wonderful time meeting friends, old and new. Will be back in August!