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Snapshots of Orbaneja del Castillo- The Waterfall Village

Spanish pueblos never cease to amaze me. Usually I’m astounded by just how tiny they are, on other occasions I’m entranced by their beautiful stone houses, this time I was impressed by the village’s location.  153 more words

Travel

Plaza Mayor de Burgos by josep15novellas

Antigament coneguda com la Plaza del Mercado Menor. Es tracta d’una construcció en forma de polígon irregular, situada confrontant al Passeig de l’Espolón, en ple nucli antic. 94 more words

Sampedros, Burgos' summer festival

Summer’s officially here, and with it comes rising temperatures, afternoons spent sitting on shady terraces and a refusal to eat anything other than red summer fruits. 554 more words

Living La Vida Española

Embracing my spirituality on the Route of Santa Teresa de Jesus

Many years ago I followed a route through Spain of the Camino de Santiago, the road to Santiago, or Saint James Way – the path of pilgrims that leads from all over Europe to Santiago de Compostella and the Cathedral of St. 579 more words

Backpacking Confessions

To travel and discover new lands are great ways to enjoy life. Having said that, it made me realise to venture myself on a backpacking adventure and state the experiences I will have during such trip as backpacking confessions. 805 more words

The Philippines

EL CID's BURGOS

He was born here. He, who is larger than life. He, who inspired many novels, poems, songs and epic films. He, whose life story is truly one for the books. 402 more words

Europe

Poetry at the Post: To Burgos with Ezra Pound or To San Marcos with the Medievalists

Canto III
BY EZRA POUND
My Cid rode up to Burgos,
Up to the studded gate between two towers,
Beat with his lance butt, and the child came out, 233 more words

Poetry