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... went for his last swim at 10pm to try cool down for sleeping. We'd seen guys fly fishing earlier and after they'd gone we went for a swim and there in the shade of a tree that was growing in the water a dozen trout were lazily floating on the surface mocking the fishermen who had just left. The scenery around us it truly beautiful. We will stay here the night and move towards Barcelona ...
This was another awesome day of spectacular scenery.
We started out by following the route de fromage which features farms which sell the Ossau Iraty cheese. Unfortunately the ones we found were closed or so well hidden, that we never got to taste this famous cheese.
However, we drove on along lush green valleys, babbling brooks, through forests of birch, larch and oak, past villages with clusters ...
... I explored the city centre and its delightful old buildings. The only down side was that there was a nasty cold wind blowing so it was lovely if you could find somewhere sheltered but awful if you couldn't.
From Burgos I moved on to stay in a couple of rural sites, the first situated just outside the village of Mendigorria not far from Pamplona and the next at Castillo de Loarre in the foothills of the Pyreneese. During this time Treacle has been ill and so I ...
... here are spectacular, mountains, rivers, snow, grazing, lots of villages built on tops of hills, poppies growing everywhere, the wheat crops nearly ready for harvest, heather on the hills, hawks everywhere in the skies looking for their next feed and the list goes on. We notice alongside the long length of the reservoir a bunch or ruins on a hill. So off to investigate.
It is abandoned but we noticed power to it and there is a farm behind it and as ...
... As the sun set some locals were singing tradtional songs accompanied by a guitar and some drums at a cafe on the piazza by the main fountain. A perfect moment. We also got to eat our lunch in the courtyard of a defunct medieval nunnery, now a hotel and restaraunt.
Toledo: a stunning city, perched on a hill, surrounded by a moat, with a vast cathedral and distinct districts, such as the jewish quarter with its El Greco museum and ...