There’s a disgraceful tendency to write about the über-rural province of Huesca as if all the brains drained from it a long time ago. No more, for it has just held a cutting-edge event dealing with the latest in media and technology. Shame the only blog post I’ve seen–from Mariano Gistaín–is of two people fixing their makeup.
- A village called Sin
Shame Guy Bellamy (A village called Sin) wrote about Compton Sinton instead of Sín, Huesca.
- Aragón = libre!!
But of what?
- Communal herding arrangements in the Pyrenees
The sheep and goats above have just arrived back in Plan from low pastures to spend the summer in the mountains,
- Twilight of the pigs
Binéfar is a town of roughly 8,000 in La Litera, an agricultural region on the Aragonese northern fringe of the Ebro
Hippies think that dolmens, as well as being graves, are there to kill people on or point out the stars. I