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... a passport - unexpectantly needed for the process. However I did get a bit of time to get a glimpse of the Cathedral and get round the ground floor of the Human Evolution museum before meeting Keith and going to the bus station.
Once we sorted how Keith could get a ticket for the bus to Tardajos I wandered back to the city centre, found the camino arrows and headed to Tardajos by foot. In the centre I came across a couple ...
... partially renovated but was deserted. The village had clearly had a lot of money poured into it and the ancient houses had been done up but no one was living in them so it looked pretty but was dead. At the base of castle hill there were cave dwellings and some of these were now being used as holiday lets! All in all it was very interesting and I would highly recommend it if you are in the area. The weather was unusual in that for four days we had very hot ...
... it was the smell of urine. Not from the road directly, but from the odour of all the vehicles passing us that were obviously hauling pigs ... "to market, to market" I amused myself with.
We found a truck-stop for a very well-earned rest at breakfast, and we gave our legs a half hour rest.
We saw a sign indicating we were in the 'Sierra', and the sounds we heard most predominantly today were of crickets.
As we rode ...
... with my host I headed into the main square (photos to follow) to get my bearings. The Cathedral is both massive and beautiful but I am already worried that my camera will not be able to do it justice. I decided no cameras until tomorrow and I sat at an outdoor restaurant with the massive cathedral straight in front of me. A few cold ales and a glass of red with dinner had me feeling pretty good about my rest in Burgos. My introduction to the town was only enhanced when on ...
... of Yorkshire tea and a digestive biscuit.Next day we hitched up and drove south over the hills to Burgos. Another journey which in fine weather would have been wonderful, but in the grey damp drizzle wecould not see the mountains, which I am sure were snow covered. We had visited Burgos a few years ago and wanted to see it again, but the weather did not please. The site, which had had good reviews, was very muddy ...