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... was melting quickly in the heat.Further down the valley, the small village of 'Covadonga' was a real gem. Here, there is a small church built into the cliff 100ft up, underneath which flows a waterfall that flows through the village below. Several passage ways run from the church and through the mountain to another church perched up on the hill.Stayed in the town of 'Cangas de Onis' which had a unique Roman bridge.
When I asked if it snowed in San Vicente, I am always told that if I want to see snow I need to go to Potes. Potes has been described to me as one of the most beautiful towns in Spain as well as one of the coldest in Cantabria. Savannah and I were toying with even going this weekend because the weather was so bad, but we decided to go anyway to check it out for the next time. Potes is the gateway to "Picos de Europa" which ...
... te zijn, zien rennen:)
Na afloop hebben we nog op een terrasje heerlijk warme chocolademelk en icedcoffee gedronken.
Het was heerlijk weer en echt een perfect dagje. We hebben heel veel fotos gemaakt en de mooiste zijn 'speciaal voor U geselecteerd' en neergezet hieronder:)
Dit was dus nog even een mooie bonus om de week mee af te sluiten:D
ADIOS AMIGOS xxxxxxxx
On Wednesday, Savannah and I were sitting in the teachers room and one of the teachers, Carmen, invited us to her Sevillanas class at a bar named Bitacora. At first, I was like," DANCING CLASS....NOOOOOOO." I have taken one dance class in my entire life and I lasted one day. I attended one irish dancing class with Aileen and Meghan and never went back. But, Savannah and ...
... in the tap and is impossible to repair as the connections are moulded into the plastic. So it was a quick trip to Canis de Onis to try and find a switch for a makeshift repair.
We managed to get a small switch from a hardware shop through sign language and drawings. Back at the campsite I rigged it up so that you have to flick the switch on and off to start and stop the water flow. A bodge I know but hey it ...