La Casona del Pio
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We travelled from Santiago along the coast stopping at a lighthouse with fabulous views of the coast. This town is mostly a holiday destination. We tried the pintos of jambon (prosuito) & tomato, the ham in Spain is fabulous. Our tour around Oviedo included a church, San Julien de los Prados, with pre Roman frescos, about 30% are were original & untouched. A bit sad really that they are not protected in some way, as there are tours daily & it is beside a highway, I ...
... 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 ...
... town in Spain, a town called Cudillera. It is on the coast, in a little cove with the village built on a hillside. At the top of the hill is a small tower which looks over the ocean to one side, and the rest of Spain to the other side. It was really amazing, and I would recommend it to anyone traveling or living in the area. Before we climbed to the top of the hill, we stopped at this café and had some really, really ...
... at Gijon and said goodbye to me and I started tearing up. We'd had a lot of fun together and even though they weren't my maines, it was still hard saying goodbye. It was finally time to walk to the bus station and everyone said they were going to walk me there. I was so touched that a group of 20 people cared enough about me to come all the way to the bus station to say a final goodbye. I was pretty drunk at this point and the whole thing is a blur, but I ...
... buoys appeared to be taken.
One of the locals tried to direct us to one of the buoys but in the
end decided it was not strong / secure enough for us so we headed for
the only hammerhead.
Getting onto the hammerhead was in
itself abit of a challenge: a) it being quite shallow, b) very close
to moorings, and c) the apparent lack of cleats upon which to attach
yourself. In the end we got there. At the same time ...