Parador de Alcaniz
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... walked around the old town and paid a visit to some Roman ruins that are a part of Caesaraugusta's Route. The Forum ruins were quite impressive and the remains allowed you to imagine what it would have been like in its hey day. We then stopped for lunch and with Jayne, Miranda and Derek from the tour. I had a tuna salad and a fish burger and Ian had sautéed vegetables with anchovies and Parmesan and steak with pepper sauce, and of course we had bread and wine. It has ...
... is kept at 2°C for 3 days and then moved to ambient temperature for the remaining 4 days. This process mimics the conditions the fruit will be under during transport to the UK. Each day the samples are assessed for taste and quality, and are given a score between 1 and 3. If a piece of fruit has mould or is very soft it is discarded and noted in the database. This data is sent to Mack (the importer based in the UK) on a weekly basis.
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... of pickers pick the fruit that is ripe and put into large wooden bins that are transferred to the packhouse.
After an intake quality assessment, the fruit is transferred to large cooling chambers which are set at about 2'C -a great place to cool off from the scorching Spanish sun! The fruit is then washed in chlorinated water and processed by an amazing machine which sorts by size; from AAA (over 80mm in diameter) to ...
We had a great family holiday on our Finca in Arens de Lledo in Aragon Spain. It is now been 10 years since we bought the farm and there have been some set backs, burglaries, plants not surviving the hot summers etc. But we are still convinced that we can make it into a very nice organic farm with some eco tourism activities. So this time we had to start from scratch, camping out without electricity and running water because the solar pannels had been stolen. Anyway, Sander ...
... some berries type stuff there were lots of them and then after we had gone for another swim we went back to the sandpit and we saw a black beetle which was quite big and we called it Beetie.Then he went on the road we made in the sandpit and he was our first car on the road. Then we went on a boat Pedalo boat. On the Pedalo there was a slide, we went down the slide but it was very cold in the ...