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... in several debates in the following days as to which meal we enjoyed more, if such a distinction was even possible.
The chef checked on us several times during the meal, and I believe he enjoyed seeing how much we were enjoying ourselves, particular as we were the bulk of his clientele for the night. As I noted, we left well after 11:00pm. Perhaps more people came; who knows. I do know, however, that the memory of this meal will not soon -- if ever -- leave me.
... to come.
The area of Catalonia in which we were staying is called the Priorat, and it is region technically defined by its wine. It is only one of two regions within greater Spain classified at the highest level for wine production and, as such, the standards are very rigid. The entire area we were now visiting is characterized by tiny, very compact and very old villages, invariably on a hilltop, surrounding by vineyards on the steep hills, ...
... One of them came over and, with Jeff, the two of them acted as guides as I somehow managed to do a three=point (actually, more like a 12-point) turn, and get the van turned around. I only had a few inches on either side, with a brick ledge at both ends. Again, it would have really helped to have had a manual transmission, but in the end I managed to get turned around and then made the drive back down the hill VERY slowly, and parked in the church square. ...
If you have been following the blog for the last few weeks you will have spotted the regular pattern of time by the coast with interspersed with trips inland for climbing. We had visited this area back in 2006 and had really enjoyed it. It has some stunning cliffs and gorges high up in the hills at around 1000m above sea level. Although we are high in the hills the day time temperature are still up in the mid 30's so all our climbing is being done ...