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Pity the spa was closed as it was a Monday but had a great meal
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We had a very unsettled spell over three days including a prolonged thunderstorm one night, but yesterday (Saturday) dawned sunny and brighter as forecasted so we picked upon a suggestion from a tourist office leaflet to go inland and explore highland villages. Like Scotland, many are now abandoned and in ruins, the scenery was stunning but still sustains the grazing of livestock, including horses. Beyond the village ...
... square, during which we chatted to a pleasant Spanish couple. So often it is the people we meet that make the experience as memorable as the location. In this case, we discussed TV since they have both honed their English from watching both US and UK programmes. They particularly enjoyed 'Allo, Allo', 'Fawlty Towers' and 'Sherlock' so it's good to have some common ground. I can't think of anything Spanish I have watched in the past ...
We have just over one week left in Spain so our target is to do a couple of days climbing south of Oviedo then head into the Picos Europa to see the high peaks.
We left Galicia on Sunday morning when it was grey and wet but as we headed towards the north coast the cloud lifted and the sun came out. This ...
This is a lovely little fishing village in a small amphitheatre type cove with port. Of course the hotel is at the top and best place to park is down at the marina. I did plan and we had very little to take up but i am learning what I don't need of my camera gear because some can get quite heavy to carry. It was really interesting to look down on the houses and look at the numbers with weeds/grass growing on top, some of the buildings were derelict some ...
Good morning and brekky with Sabine and waved them off then we hit the road headed north east for the coast taking the Mountain road.
It was mountainous and treacherous with steep cliff edges and no guard rails. So I spent much of the time trying not to have a mess on my britches and got my buddy to slow and not hug our side of the road unless we saw another car. Petrified. Sort of like a thrill ride but ...