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... Though long, it was not very steep at any time, and we again went through amazing scenery. Vineyards everywhere, and the soil is now red, almost pink, a complete change from the Navarra dark brown. We seem to be in a basin, surrounded by hills - not really high enough to be called mountains I think, which look white with limestone - almost looks like snow. Just beautiful. We also passed the famous bull (a huge metal statue) up on a hill that ...
... we take the back roads, and this time strike the jackpot. A 360° view; fields of sunflowers, a medieval castle, village and bridge and a spectacular flooded canyon.
We take a minor road out of Burgos heading for a village called Poza de la Sal. We ascend up to a treeless altiplano populated by giant white windmills revolving slowly in the strong breeze. There is little else on this high stony plain. We notice a sign pointing us to a "mirador", viewpoint. ...
... t got his name. He was cooking up a storm in the albergue kitchen and wanted me to join him in a meal but I was a little shy of such open hospitality.
Hope the rain goes away.
Short walk tomorrow only 20k.
People I have met:
Clare from London who sounds Australian but isn“t.
Michael from USA, Two girls from USA no names yet.
Will keep you posted as I move on.
... Vivanco has many single varietals and has even started to make a desert wine this was more fun than looking at the world’s largest collection of bottle openers!
1. Graciano 2008
Very much prepared as above with chilling, separate parcel fermentation. The wine spends 18 months in new French and American on its lees throughout, with occasional bātonnage. Again with no racking, fining or filtration. This is the same for all ...
... bad state after the walk as he arrived at 4pm with a few hours of sun), having to sleep on the floor next to the washing machines. I also detected a young australian girl with one arm struggling to get on to the top bunk bed.
f - During the first two days it all seemed to be a mix of nationalities, exchanging ideas and hoping for a new world order. Now groups clearly have "nationalised": French, Spanish, Germans, Italians, Irish, Americans, Brasilians, and, small bunches of ...