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... food, and tried the pig’s tail and hoof, as they serve the whole pig!
From their our day trip continued to a small village called Pedraza about 35 minutes away from Segovia. When I say small I mean it, only 100 people live in this pueblo. During the year most of the people go to Madrid or Segovia to work, and return to their pueblo during summer vacation. This means the few people we did see kept commenting about our presence, as everyone knows everyone in ...
... on to Logrono with another man from Manchester. You learn a little about them. I'm staying in Viana. It's only a 20km walk today but my feet are happy to stop here. I will walk through Lorgrono tomorrow and continue to the next town making it another 20km day. Viana is where Cesar Borgia is buried. Machiavelli was Borgia's advisor and based his treatise Il Principe on ...
... the road. We backed up and Kathy got good footage as they lumbered off the ground and soared on a thermal into the sky. We saw a few more later in the day, perched high on a rocky cliff. The scenery of craggy cliffs, river gorges and terra cotta rooved stone villages perched on little hills made this and the next days drive a treat.
One town we came across was San Esteban del Gomaz, which had a backdrop of a crumbling hill ...
... acacia tree. I stood and watched for a while until one or two came over to investigate me. I know what can happen next, as those of you who have heard or seen our beekeeping adventures in France will know, so I went swiftly on my way again.
There were strangely few people walking, but all the while my Catholic guilt keep telling me I'd done wrong. I'll have to make up the 10 miles that I skipped somehow. Maybe walk around a city ...
... all the signs were in Spanish/Basque so we had no idea what we were looking at. But nice to look at I guess. Then we got lead up to the bell tower, up about 50 narrow stairs which had amazing views of Pamplona. We then headed back to the hotel to get our bags, got on a public bus to go to the main bus station where we waited for our bus to take us to Logrono. We had about an hour to spare so grabbed something to ...