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Travel Blogs from Carrena
We left San Vicente and followed the wonderful NW Spanish coast (when you can see it) and went to Ribadesella. Originally we were thinking of anchoring but then decided to moor along the pontoon in the marina. We weren't going to stay long, just overnight.
In the evening there was a performance in the towns square. We didn't attend but listened to the seagulls, surprisingly in tune, joining along.
... bus route was just brilliant - it took you through gorges, past sheer cliff faces, alongside mountains and farms etc etc.
We got to Fuente Te and took the cable car into the clouds. Shame we were unable to see the last 150 m but nevertheless it was excellent.
When we got back to San Vicente we enjoyed some local delicacies. A most enjoyable day.
... the end they decided to leave the buoy and move to the marina. Much to their disappointment (and our sympathies) the marina dried out in LW so we are unsure of what ended up happening to them but we seem to think that they possibly had an unexpected night passage.
In the morning, after a fairly restless night listening to and experiencing the wash from fishing boats leaving and reentering the harbour, we took the dinghy and went ashore and provisioned.
Buen día a todo!
We had an excursion today to la cueva Soplao (a cave), Bárcena mayor, and Cabezón de la sal in Cantabria!
Today was the first time we had really driven through the countryside of Spain (aside from our drive to Santander from Madrid). We took some serious back roads to get to the Soplao and it was so beautiful and mountainous that it felt like I never left WV. When we finally got to the cave, we took a train to get to the inside of it. It ...
... This small town is one of the oldest in Spain! After buying a souvenir or two, we headed to Cabezón de la Sal to tour a 17th century prison! It was really scary! What was even more scary was that it was in use until after the Spanish Civil War in the 1940s. The doors were really small, due to the fact that centuries ago, humans were much shorter. We were hunched over the whole time! We were just at a cave and talk about ...