Hotel Palacio de la Magdalena
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... country in an apartment with a family I don't know, basic stuff yeah? Oviedo is sorta unique in the way things work here. For one, ************e speaks English. My host brother speaks it only because he lives in Germany and had to speak it there. But other than that, my host parents don't understand a single word of it apparently. So that's been a challenge. Also, the family norms here are very different to me. Especially ...
... and then. The funny thing was every time we get close to a cape, strong gust come with big swell and breaking waves which made us a little uncomfortable; then as soon as we pass the wind drops and sea calms a little as if it was trying to tell us something?!? The most amazing scene was just before entering the bay of Gijon, this long fish jumped out of the wave then dived into another! Perhaps that was the welcome ...
... with the kids in the other apartments for a while, and then when it got dark we played hide and seek in the massive back garden. All in all I would give Pepin’s apartment an 8 out of 10, it was a very nice apartment, Pepin was very nice, the backyard was very big, and fun to explore. And, all the neighbours were very friendly, which was nice.
On the way to the next place, Segovia, we stopped at the ...
... brought two suitcases. We went to the park and met up with everyone and I drank a bottle of wine to myself. We had good conversation and a lot of laughter and I was so happy that everyone made it out. Even Steven came without Bryan and Will and I was proud of him for going alone. We decided to go to sidra street and have a few bottles of sidra and me and Lexi were pounding them down because everyone said they were free. Will and Bryan stopped by after ...
... 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. ...