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... were holes in the ground and when a wave came they blew out mist and we got wet.
They were so COOL��
The last day we went back to the blow holes and stayed there for half an hour.
Then went to lunch/dinner it was so yum I ...
... Very cool.
We walked and had running races along the high clifftop coastline and walked and climbed amongst the coloured, artist's blocks on the pier - I don't think you were supposed to climb on them though.
An unexpected highlight was discovering nearby blowholes.
The boys loved them, Zara not so much. A bit scary with the sudden rush and explosion of noise.
The boys found simple joy in watching a ...
... almost got stuck.
We visited a couple of the weirdest beaches on earth.
One beach was covered by rock and was in the middle of a field, the ocean wasn't near us but waves still crashed into the beach area.
I climbed over the rocks into the middle of the water! :)
We went to a port area in Llanes the waves were coming ...
... Deborah’s aunt and uncle) out on the Camino, the pilgrimage walking route across northern Spain.) We have since learned they have been soggy, but happy, with only a few blisters.
Thursday morning, we headed off for the Altamira Cave, outside Santander. We toured the replica cave, an amazing display of Paleolithic art, and the museum with great information on the area and the development of humans in Europe. Afterwards we found ...
Today we are heading to Santander for the ferry to Plymouth. Having looked into the pros and cons of our usual Roscoff to Plymouth route this came out on top. It saved almost 500 miles of driving, and the associated tolls,and at least two overnight stops. The savings did not cover the increased cost but as we had not used this route with the van and we could do the trip in a day we went for this option. Our routine ...