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Two Weeks in Spain Part I

España over Christmas for two weeks of adventuring. We spent December 15-30th exploring new parts of Spain we’ve yet to have been before. After spending a month in Barcelona and Valencia last February we hoped to visit parts of Spain we’ve been wanting to see but hadn’t. 1,107 more words

Seasons

Celebrate Tempranillo! 2016 Edition

Tempranillo is one of the most popular red grapes in the world, requiring no introduction to the wine lovers, now even less than before. The star grape of Spain, a foundation of the timeless beauty of Rioja, finess of Ribera del Duero and dark raw power of Toro. 283 more words

Grapes

Ruta De Los Molinos | The Windmill Route

Have you heard about Miguel De Cervantes from the Spanish literature?, maybe you’ve heard about his most famous book: El Quixote?, well let me tell you, I grew up in Cuba and you learn a lot about Miguel De Cervantes and this Quixote (the main character of the story)while in your schools years.  386 more words

Viajando Together

The flight of the Space House

International Space Station flies near Scorpius, Mars, and Saturn on a hot summer night.
Three not-very-wise men wave at it as it passes by.
Its inhabitants didn’t wave back at us.

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Photography

Goat Lessons Re-Learned

Warning:  Goats can be addictive.  I’m serious here.

Once you’ve welcomed these capricious creatures to your farm, once you’ve witnessed their silly antics, once you’ve given them head rubs and hugs and hung out with them in a sunny pasture while they lazed around you chewing their cud (or kept trying to squeeze onto your lap)–there’s a good possibility you’ll be hooked for life.  822 more words

La Mancha and Windmills

Our drive from the south coast of England to almost the south coast of Spain involves a journey of 2200km. A long way. We’ve made the trip many times now and are familiar with the route, the best places to stop for a coffee, or to sit and eat some of our mammoth picnic. 420 more words

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