Villa De Vera
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In my second week I began my main project which involves gathering information to define the Taste the Difference cherries parameters on the specification, and therefore finding out what makes a cherry a Taste the Difference cherry. I have been gathering samples of cherries for each variety in sizes 24mm (standard), 28mm and 30mm (TTD) separated into light and dark colours to compare the ...
... must be way off....the poor shopkeeper got it in the end...but only after I gave a mimed version of tilting at windmills! All that...and he didn't have any. I'll keep looking. So a wonderful day and night in Madrid. I've got the air conditioning on in my room. Off on a bus trip to Toledo tomorrow ...then afternoon and evening free of planned activities. A group of us have already decided on a couple of walks to do. Great day. PS Didn't see any ...
... in that it is the only conserved testimony of a large building of Spanish Islamic architecture of the era of the Taifa (independent kingdoms)".
It was quite nice, not amazing but worth visiting. Supposedly, its nothing compared to the Arabian buildings in the south of Spain but unfortunately, we won't be heading ...
Stayed overnight again in this Aire
February 12 Tuesday
Laying in bed in the van I am worried for the awning. Will it still be intact when we get up? - it's blowing a gale out there! Above that blustery din I can hear Corrie's tummy making disagreeable noises - I believe he must have eaten a bit of cheese last night . . . we're in for trouble!
On examining the awning we ...
Stopped here one night. Near Zaragoza in the mountains.
Saturday 12 January
Woke up this morning to a downpour of rain. Why does it always rain when you have a tent to pack up?
We packed up and had yet another rather lovely hot shower before we left the campsite - well, you never know when you'll get that luxury again on a trip like this. We left at 10:30 am and ...
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