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When the "new" bridge was opened in 1793! Puente Nuevo (new bridge) in Ronda, Spain took 34 years to build and was finished in the late 18th century. Ronda, in the Andalusia region of southern Spain is built on the clifftops above El Tajo canyon. The city is connected by three bridges, the newest of which is Puente Nuevo or ‘New Bridge.’ Gargantuan columns, looking as if they’ve been carved from the surrounding rock, stretch 118 metres down the chasm to the Guadalevín River. I visited Ronda in 1999 and toured the historic bullring built in 1785, still in use today - the history there is amazing!
Tucked into a secluded cape and overlooking the warm turquoise waters of a protected bay on Antigua’s east coast is a fresh new adults-only( 18+) luxury hideaway where your every desire is fulfilled. Mere metres from the mesmerizing Devil’s Bridge National Park, the spacious villas of Hammock Cove Resort & Spa offer guests a singular experience complete with private balconies, private infinity-edge plunge pools, his and hers showers, gourmet eateries, 24 hour room service and personalized butler service. Welcome to Hammock Cove Resort & Spa 5* luxury in Antigua opening Dec 1, 2019!
There is no doubt that Hurricane Dorian caused major devastation in the Bahamas. BUT, the Bahamas is comprised of 700 islands sprinkled over 100,000 square miles of ocean. And most islands frequented by vacationers have not been damaged.
One of the best ways to bring recovery to the Bahamian nation is to bring tourism back to those islands that have not suffered. Take a look at the map below...
The islands circled in red have been decimated. The area within the green line is beautiful, open, and counting on tourism. Come and visit the Bahamas to help the recovery