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On the way back, we saw "some" view through short clearings, but mostly it was white and felt like one of the scenes from Lord of the Rings. :)
Now we are back in the room, running the laundry. Tomorrow we have to get going to the next city - Oviedo. There is one thing there that I'm looking forward to. :)
... view. In about 6-7 min, we reached the top. From there, we walked a bit to get to the village of Bulnes. It's a very lovely small village next to a small stream and seems to be just living off tourism because in this tiny village, there were roughly about 6-7 bars/restaurants! With about 15-20 min hike up from the village, we could see Naranjo de Bulnes - majestic looking limestone peak - far away.
We woke up, well, to be more precise, just opened our eyes in the morning. And we shook heads. No, we still cannot venture out and fully enjoy the caves. We are feeling much better than yesterday, but we are just too weak. We went downstairs cafe for a tea and tiny bit of bread where the waiter boy was acting pretty comical (and it was a good sign that we could smile about something now. Yesterday we didn't even ...
... to make us coffee - may as well - no point going to lakes we can't see until it lifts.
Warm inside - fellow tells us it will lift in 20 mins - good we say - hmmm maybe longer today - second coffee - hmmmm total whiteout - can't see 20m - Swiss couple come in with packs - surely they've not been walking? - no, caught a taxi up to walk - waiting for it to clear. Two hours later it's no better and we choose to carefully get back down the mountain. Britches already ...
... New to Airbnb and will give him a great wrap.
Massive two bedroom right on the river looking out to the mountains. 20mins from the park. Cooked a fab baked perch with baked peppers and salad with cream of asparagus soup for dinner. Yuuuuummmmoooo! Our food! Get to cook brekky and we will pack lunch tomorrow for the climb.
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