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For our last full day in the Sierra Aracena the day dawned bright despite a few more torrential downpours through the night. We started with a short drive to the nearby village of Fuenteheridos from which the walk was started through a broad valley populated by gentleman estate owners from the cities and their preferred versions of agriculture – horses, cattle, sheep, and a few orchards instead of pigs. We progressed over a ...
... Jamon Serrano has a somewhat slimy, greasy
texture and over-salted flavor, but the Iberico and de Bellota I’ve had has
been really delicious. Therefore, it carries a major price premium in
restaurants and tapas bars.
Well, it was another long slog in the rain down into the
valley and then up to Castano del Robledo. Dinner again did not commence until
9:00 at Bar Robles with big platters of mixed salad, Croquetas (croquettes),
... The second part involved a significant drive to a long mine shaft with a tour in Spanish (although made interesting again by English translation by our geologist-trained Scottish guide Craig) through a tunnel to one of the large open pit mines now largely filled with water. The third part was a two-hour long train ride through the decimated mining landscape along the Rio Tinto, a trip through a poisoned land and an industrial wasteland of slag ...
... remote location but almost directly
underneath the hilltop castle built almost six centuries before the cavern’s
discovery. I honestly wasn’t expecting too much because I had never heard about
them previously, but they turned out to be one of the most beautiful caves I’ve
ever seen in terms of the formations in them, less a matter of sheer size than
the fantastic stalagtites, stalagmites, and other ...
... tucked away in the small town of Tarifa, the closest the European continent can get to the African continent. It is also where the Mediterranean and the Atlantic meet. Tarifa is a wind-sport heaven. Even in the middle of winter northern Europeans flock to the pristine beaches and sand dunes to Kite and Wind Surf. In summer it is so heaving with tourists that a simple 15 kilometer drive to the next town can take hours.
We loved this part ...