Hotel Boa Vista
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We decided to move on to the next Ria
not too far way and is supposedly the best in this area. We got a
reasonable sail in. Getting closer to the sand bank we put the
engine on and noticed it wouldn't engage in gear, so we anchored,
quite a way off shore and assessed the situation. Then suddenly
everything was okay, so we ...
direction. So it was fishing time as we are not going anywhere fast
due to the lack of wind, and wanted the engine to cool down.
We passed in between an island and a
headland and noted loads of fish feeding – dropping our lines into
the current didn't interest them at all – they tormented us by
swimming back and forth underneath the boat ...
We were toying with the idea of going
back to the anchorage off Castropol but decided to continue on to the
next Ria. We got a lovely sail in and enjoyed the coast line.
We anchored off Viveiro and enjoyed the
music coming from the seafront. Whilst relaxing we noticed a lone
dolphin swimming about checking out the ...
We headed for Galicia. We got in a
short sail and anchored opposite Castrolpol in the first of the many
Rias we are about to explore.
Getting to the anchorage was fun –
there is a moving sandbank therefore its guessing more than anything.
We did run aground, but thankfully its lovely soft sand.
The anchorage was ever so pleasant. We
spotted a couple of ...
... is gusting over the hills and at the far end of Cabo Ortegal, where the trees are gone and we can feel the car shake. But this is what this coast felt like in my fantasies. Tough land and heavy seas, a cold wind blowing relentlessly all the time. But the rias serve as a shelter, and in the villages at their beaches there is much less wind. The boats of ...