La Casona del Viajante
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... started and boy did it pour down! The only decision to make thus was to hook us up with a 'real' room for the night at the handily located "Superman" hostel and get a full wash of both clothes and myself. Peter was particularly starting to hum by now so this was a most opportune moment. A relaxing night (sans mattress) would be perfect preparation for a big mileage push tomorrow which would hopefully see us join the pilgrims at Santiago... but would we make ...
... preparing the head sail under power. It started quite nice at midday with the full main beam reaching out of the bay then just before I had the angle to pass the cape, heavy swells with strong gust made me hold action. Having out the outboard inside, the main was not enough to power us through these big breaking waves. Then I remembered all the basics again, little small simple things makes high difference at ...
... really nice modern cottage, overlooking fields, paddocks, and one or two ruined cottages. Our house was a few minutes’ drive away from the town of Arriondas. Across the road of our house was a field full of cows, and every morning they’d come right up to the fence across from our house. Almost every morning there when I woke up, I went into the living room and saw the cows across the road mooing at me. There was another field of ...
... wanted to head in and check out the old town. We were staying in a great location just on the edge so quickly got in and had a good look around. As ever, there was a massive cathedral in the centre and lots of small winding, cobbled streets with shops everywhere. This was chorizo and ham country, so there were lots of speciality shops selling all manner of dried meat. Lots of big legs hanging everywhere, which will set you back thousands of Euros for the really good, aged ...
We spent a few days in Gijon which was a very interesting town, with a wonderful atmosphere and great cultural activities. We just happened to be there whilst a cultural festival was going on. Each evening there was a concert by the marina, which displayed the various styles of music of the (Asturian) region.
The town itself was fairly modern, with a few hidden gems.
A most pleasant stay.