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... had not let us down a couple of times where new roads have been built. We check in for the ferry and leave the car to have a walk around. One last chance to practice in a little café/bar where we manage to get by totally in Spanish. We have to wait till almost the last to board the ferry. Hopefully it will be last on first off. We leave Santander at 21.15 local ...
After checking out of Camping Perlora we went into Candas to visit the shops in my paella pan search. Bought two and set our course for Santander. Our plan was again to stay outside Santander and I had located a site near the beach at SUANCES.
We drove the A-8 along the coast and again it was a beautiful day to be travelling through the hills and valleys.
Arrived in Suances after about 2 hours drive.
It is a lovely shortish beach with a few apartments ...
I'm sorry that it took so long for me to write. I have to be honest that not much happened the last week. We tried going to Bilbao but we failed. More about the rest of the week soon. And today is Isabelle's birthday which has been awesome. Last night from 12-2 we went to the beach to eat some pie and celebrate her birthday. This afternoon we went to the lighthouse. Isabelle really wanted to go and I'm so happy I went with her, ...
On the way to Santander we tried to go to a pair of lakes that were supposed to be most attractive. The picture is with the previous entry - just filling in a bit of detail. Santander was a convenient place to stop but primarily a beach area for summer. The skies remained overcast and slight drizzle most of the time but no swell or surf in sight. It is also a port for ferries from the UK. There was a group ...
Today in culture class we discussed stereotypical women and women's rights in Spain. Yesterday I asked the teacher to not be so stereotypical about men and women anymore. She would only ask the guys about football and assumed that the guys would not like a love song. The teacher, Elda explained me that this is the way she grew up and her culture. She explained that Spain is very male ruled and males are seen as better ...