Life in a foreign land involves myriad new experiences. Some of the most fun are often those involving food!
We just got back home from La Clotxa community event in our village. It is a commemoration of a local custom of smallholding in the area.
At the end of a hard day working the land, they would barbecue vegetables, fish and sausages, hollow out a big hunk of bread and fill it with food.
I can imagine that eating this after a heavy day of physical labour was very satisfying, but today I struggled to finish it, even though it was tasty.
This is one new cultural experience that Ethan didn't like.....ah well.
Frances and Barry Copping bought Xalet Pigall in 2015. They are working towards resilience and self-sufficiency.