Driving across Northern Spain we did our best to stay off the main highways in order to better explore the countryside. My favorite section of our drive, aside from Basque Country of course, was through the region of Aragón. It just doesn't get more charming then getting stuck in random horse traffic jams and discovering abandoned hill top cities like Esco on the side of the road.
There was one other part of the drive that while very memorable was also incredibly terrifying - it also marked the moment when our camera died. In the last hour of our Canon S100's short life, we were driving along a one lane road through an incredibly deep canyon. The traffic on this road was also a bit different then the one shown in the photo above; instead of horses traveling in the same direction as us - we had massive big rig trucks hurtling full speed towards us around blind corners. It was quite the experience, but perhaps that's what scared our little camera to death.