Chinchilla de MontearagónFebruary 13 in Spain
On today's journey we passed a wind farm of a couple of hundred turbines. Considering the lack of fertility in the earth around here it was a great way to transform the productivity of the area.
Much of the motorwayside landscape remained the same red or yellow ochre rolling hills and flat plains that are coming to represent Spain in our minds. The distinctively named Chinchilla de Montearagón was mounted on one such hill, but provided a large flat gravel car park from which the town rose on 3 sides. Will went exploring up the steep narrow lanes and the elevation provided far ranging views of the surrounding countryside. After all his exertion be found a bar for a refreshing beer that came with salted nuts and a huge pork scratching.Read more