Hotel Mi Norte
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... onthe motorway. Petrol is €1.22 a litre, around 90p in English money. So why are we paying 20% more than that in the UK?
We turn off in the small coastal town of Navia and head up into the hills. The country roads are fantastic. There is virtually no traffic and the surfaces are excellent. Twisty as a box of snakes, as my old mate Simon would say.
... I drank most of my beer and it was a wonderful relaxed chill out night. The kids brought us a home made card and Marou brought us a ballon and a dolphin he had made,bless them it was really sweet It amazes me how you can make such real friendships with someone you have only know a few days, but that's cruising for you, I wish we had done it years ago everyone we meet is so genuine and friendly, pardon the pun but maybe it's because we're all in the same ...
Leaving a little late due to sleeping and maintenance but good job we checked as fan belt was about to go so we had to quickly change it before heading out. Good job done as we had a long slog around the headland of Espasante with wind and waves on the nose. Originally thought we would get to Gijon but decided to call it a day at 8pm as seas had still not calmed down and wind still blowing so ducked into little town called Viveiro with ...
... wasn't a safety mechanism. No margin for error and not a chance in hell of a corrective move.
But scenery............spectacular. Took us until around 3pm to hit the coast. Lunch in the mountains. Saw lots of villages below and passed through a lot of small villages. Lots of rocky places, large pines and spectacular gorges and rivers. Very few places to get off and have a look but took the opportunities while ...
... and continued for the rest of the day.
The walk continued into Manjarin where a cafe/museum has been set up in an abandoned mountain village. A pilgrim's hospital existed as early as the 12th century linked to the Knights Templar at the site.
I walked most of the day with Lillyana and Kate. We had laughs along the way with Luis and Till (Swiss grandfather and grandson) and their friend Adrian. Luis takes one of ...