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... minds and had taken a hotel as it was to late and tried to contact us but Andrea's Iphone had a flat battery and they didn't have my number, shame) We walked a bit more and had something to eat and than took the bus back to the camping. 30th We get a little fed up with the weather (spoiled as we are), so we hoped it would get better driving to San Sebastián. After a few hours of mountains, rubbishy weather we got to a camping again somewhere up the mountain ...
... Please give me an idea for an anarchic activity' requested one wall in gigantic text.
Taking a lead from the Michelan map that Mum had equipped us with before leaving, which made Spain appear deceptively small, we stopped for dinner at another town highlighted in a green box. Maquinence sits by a healthy wide river, feeding a gigantic and well stocked fishing lake. We crouched cross legged in a lay-by, stirring steaming cous cous and coffee and ...
... we take the back roads, and this time strike the jackpot. A 360° view; fields of sunflowers, a medieval castle, village and bridge and a spectacular flooded canyon.
We take a minor road out of Burgos heading for a village called Poza de la Sal. We ascend up to a treeless altiplano populated by giant white windmills revolving slowly in the strong breeze. There is little else on this high stony plain. We notice a sign pointing us to a "mirador", viewpoint. ...
... and I love my host Mama, but I needed a change of scenery, a break, and a sense of family.
Oihane’s family welcomed me like one of their own – and I loved spending time with them. Marie-Carmen taught me how to make Spanish Tortilla, and even though I was horrified by the amount of olive oil needed to prepare it (about ¾ of a liter!!!) I loved laughing and talking in the kitchen as we made it.
Juan-Jo spent so much time answering all ...
... As we were leaving the Spanish were arriving for their dinner. It's like 'chicken out', who can eat latest!
Tuesday 1st May.
Happy 'Obby 'Oss / May Day to all our readers. Very lazy start and a meander into town. Its a BH here so all the shops are shut unless they sell wine or are restaurants. Booked into a recommended restaurant for 2pm, early Spanish lunchtime, and meandered around the town. Very ...
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed