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Arriving late on Monday evening we decided to have dinner in the 'hotel' which turned out to be more like a ghost town at this time of year with the restaurant and pool not fully operational. I had chicken and chips and felt right at home; we got an early night looking forward to some fine dining the following evening at Mugaritz.
... you want to go one direction but sometimes have to go in the opposite direction to get there. We had two options to get to the restaurant, but took the scenic route (30 minutes longer) and were rewarded with a relatively car-free, very scenic drive. We only got one good picture (due to the lack of turn outs as in Scotland), but the mountainous scenery definitely tops Scotland and Colorado (mostly due to the dramatic peaks, interesting roads and ...
After a week of focusing on gender roles in the Spanish culture, I have been able to make more observations about the differences. As mentioned last week, I came across a group school kids getting picked up only by their moms with no dads in sight. This shocked me at the time but now I am coming across even bigger issues. The way some of the men treat women ...
A few observations from our day:
- This is a beautiful place. Although not on the Mediterranen, it sure looks and feels like the Riviera.
- There are benches everywhere and lots of green space. It all feels very welcoming.
- There are dogs everywhere. Many are purse-size (clutch purse in fact) but a surprising number are larger like setters. And many out walking their pets had two of the same kind. With such limited ...
We started heading north towards Spain. We wanted to stay longer in Portugal but we need to get to the top of France by the end of March because I can only stay 90 days in mainland Europe. We found a campsite on the web that was near a river but didn't look like much else. Good for a pit stop. As it was Sunday we decided to stock up in Portugal before leaving knowing that ...