Hotel El Salt
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... in length, it was exceptionally hard back breaking work but a great sense of achievement and definitely a skill we could use again.
In Spain you need to have a licence to have bonfires as they are so dangerous due to the fact that they don’t have a lot of rain and the land is very dry, therefore a fire risk. The licence allows you to have fires between Nov-March but as this is quite a windy area you really only have a few days which are suitable. Me ...
... is like an old fashioned lawnmower is used. It has a rubber roller with sharp spikes on it, this is rolled over the olives and they are flicked into a tray on the front. The olives are then tipped into crates to be taken to the mill for pressing. The mill is fascinating….the olives are tipped into a grate in the floor where they are then sorted by a machine which separates the stones and leaves into piles and washes the olives before depositing ...
Swimming, sailing, wakeboarding, paddleboarding, kayaking, going to a water park, getting stung by sea anenemies, watching the locals light a massive bonfire and set off firecrackers in the street. You name it.
We had such a great time and I wish we could have stayed longer, but travelling without family and simply with schoolfriends was completely brilliant, especially in somewhere as awesome as ...
... their tasting room for a flight of their wines.
1. Blanc Bàrbara Forés 2013
97% Grenache Blanc and 3% Viognier.
Fresh, citrus with a touch of sherbet. Stone fruits with pears and peaches and a lemony twist and some glycerine texture. According to our guide, this has unctuousness which is apparently the same word in Catalan!
2. El Quintà Bàrbara Forés 2013
100% Grenache Blanc. With some vines over 40 year ...
... a few more areas of Spain. Valencia is a really interesting city centred around a now empty riverbed which leads to the seafront. I have started to judge a city by its food market and Valencia’s Mercado Central scores very highly on the list! The building with its ornate colourful tiles is beautiful in itself without looking at the fruit and vegetables piled high, the huge joints of ham hanging down and the displays of fresh fish staring at you from ...