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Travel Blogs from Valladolid
... this is the time that I will recommend actually knowing the language spoken in a country before traveling! Or, like I did when I visited Korea, have a friend that will speak on your behalf. While most people here are very nice and helpful, there will always be people who want to take advantage of tourists. Stay on your toes!
Regardless of the mishap, this smaller town is very familiar to me. It seems a lot like my ...
... to wonder today if I was going mad mainly because people keep looking at me in a strange way when I cycle past with all my luggage and washing hanging of my bike . Then it got me thinking I must have been a bit mad before I left my house ,surely nobody in their right mind would attempt such a challenge on their own especially when they don't speak a word of French , Spanish or Portuguese ! ...
... 5 normal price for a pilgrims bed !!!
... see a castle up on the hill overlooking the town. That is where we headed next.
The castle had a wine museum inside. We learned about the history of wine in different cultures and about wine in modern Spain. Mom and I stomped some grapes! They had barrels of grapes with some plexiglass on top... so you didn't stomp them with your bare feet but the juice did come out into a container when you stepped.
After visiting the museum we got a ...
... to flip it over once until the eggs are done.
Tortilla de Atun
Is the same thing as tortilla de patata, but instead of potatoes, she uses tuna. There is no garlic in this one though.
Ali and I want to learn to cook, so I’m sure I’ll be adding more simple recipes. Strawberries are in season right now, so we’ve had the luxury of eating a lot of strawberries this ...