Hotel Casa Soto
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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 ...
... and continued for the rest of the day.
The walk continued into Manjarin where a cafe/museum has been set up in an abandoned mountain village. A pilgrim's hospital existed as early as the 12th century linked to the Knights Templar at the site.
I walked most of the day with Lillyana and Kate. We had laughs along the way with Luis and Till (Swiss grandfather and grandson) and their friend Adrian. Luis takes one of ...
Aujourd'hui c'était la rentrée scolaire même sur le bateau. Pendant la recréation le dauphin de la baie est venu nous rendre visite. Today was the first day of home educating the girls. During one lesson we had a visit from the dolphin who played around our boat for 20 ...
... girls to visit their Nan and Grand dad who then drove us all the way to Ribadeo where Jamieson had been waiting for us for a few days after having had an awful passage between Lastres and there. We all had dinner at the restaurant and the girls spent the night with their grandparents in a nearby gite. The next day we all had lunch on Kivu before Papi and Mamie had to drive to ...
... so here we are! Highlight from Asturias to Galicia would be the change of landscape, vegetation and culture? It reminds me a lot of Bretagne, Ireland and the south west of the UK. Food has been pretty good onboard, I even struggled to drink one bottle of San Miguel last night. Maybe I should take a walk the Caminando ...