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... schedule, sheesh. I love breakfast but here they barely eat in the morning and then eat a big lunch, a "snack" later then a nice dinner at like 10pm.. Being a bit jet lagged has made dinner at 10 very hard for me. But I'm starting to get used to it. And I already started school which was a bit overwhelming but my classes sound interesting and we'll see how that goes. Trying to stay positive and make the best of ...
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 ...
... ones would have been. Inside there were lots of skeletons of dinosaurs, and there was also lots of information on dinosaurs. Lots of big dinosaurs had hearts which weighed up to 400 kg. It was really interesting, and I would definitely go again.
We only stayed at Pepin’s for two nights, so that’s only one full day. On that day we mostly drove around to all these amazing beaches. There’s 20 ...
... that I was going to have one last tortilla. After they all went back inside, I walked around and eventually found a cafe to eat my last tortilla at. It was okay, not the best but certainly not the worst. I walked around and went shopping for a bit, eventually finding a cute matching bra and thong for only 12 euros. I met everyone after school and then me and Sophie went to the cathedral to get souvenirs for my parents. I got a shrit, a magnet, and some ...
... where we are
headed (which would mean a long passage)
The coastline is amazing when you can
see it. It has changed quite significantly since leaving the Picos
behind – rolling green valleys, sheer cliff faces of limestone and
wonderful wooded mountains in the background.
We got to the harbour, which is full of
small craft and fishing boats and the moorings are onto buoys where
you tie on fore and aft. ...