Two Millennials In Love With Adventures

October 2018
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Andalucía- Pueblos


1. Mijas Pueblo, Andalucía, Spain

Mijas is a typical andalucian village full of white houses with the arabic aspect. Ascending its stairs and narrow streets rising up to the lookout of Mijas Pueblo, you can reach the view over one of the most beautiful places in Andalucía.

The very purpose of our Life is happiness, which is sustained by Hope. We have no guarantee about the future, but we exist in the Hope of something better. Hope means keeping going, thinking, ‘I can do this.’ It brings inner strength, self-confidence, the ability to do what you do honestly, truthfully and transparently. 👊 (Dalai Lama)


      2. Benalmádena, Andalucía, Spain

Benalmádena has both a traditional Spanish village and a modern, coastal, tourist area.

The township of Benalmádena has the largest example of a Buddhist stupa in the Western world, constructed in 2003.


3. Ronda, Andalucía, Spain

Puente Nuevo (98-metres high) is the newest and largest of three bridges height that span the 120-metre deep chasm that divides the city of Ronda in southern Spain.

The hammam, or Baños árabes de Ronda obeys to be the muslim adaptation of ancient Roman baths. With the origin in 13th Century is the National Heritage Site of Spain.


4. Nerja, Andalucía, Spain

Cueva de Nerja is a cave situated in Málaga province, discovered in 1959. There were found pictures on the walls that are considered to be the first form of art in human history (42 000 years old) 👣🌐⚠

In the centre of Nerja you can find Balcón de Europa with the imposing view at the sea. The name comes from the visit of KinG Alfonso XII. after disastrous earthquake. From this point it seems like you are looking at the end of Europe, and watching African continent from this European balcony.



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