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... We're now anchored by another beach a little way from the town itself, hoping fervently that we'll be able to leave tomorrow at low water (we're theoretically in a deep hole right now, but the channel back out gets alarmingly shallow in places). It's cloudy today, and cooller than yesterday, but the Spanish are evidently hardier than you'd expect - they're merrily swimming away in water that was cold enough ...
... as every time we turned a corner it turned with us so it was constantly right on our nose. However, the fog we ran into after two hours was the real problem. At first we thought it was just low-lying cloud, but as we got closer and it loomed larger and larger like a loomy thing we could see it skimming along the coast, moving quickly towards us, and it quickly became clear we were about to sail right into thick fog. This was definitely not what we wanted. It was our first experience of fog ...
... expensive trip!!
We left Santander and arrived in Madrid. The train speed was displayed in the carriages during the trip and we had been travelling at an average speed of 250km/h. The views were great....lush green country dense forested hills.... Then as we came out the end of a mountain tunnel closer to Central Spain, the grass was no longer green, the trees were sparse and the clouds darker. We got off the train and went directly to the ticket machine ...
... and statues. There was one beach which had a slippery dip in order to get down to the beach from the jetty wall, and people everywhere eating all colours of ice cream.
We ended our day with a delicious dinner at a restaurant as a birthday celebration gift thanks to Jen and Greg. It was great! The waiter was super young and couldn't speak any English, so we had fun with him, hand signals and facial expressions were used to order what we wanted and to pay at the end...fun ...
In 1996 we were in the northern slopes of the Picos de Europa, but we were not prepared to drive a caravan into these superb mountains in the borderland of Cantabria, Asturias and Castilla y León. Getting there from Burgos requires a climb over a 1350 meter pass with a steep slope going down to the valley of Potes, the main point of departure for explorations of ...
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