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Travel Blogs from Navia
... town (Ribedeo). Very different to other
towns / villages we've been to, but this is more of a hub rather than
a tourist town.
Whilst sitting in the cockpit watching
the world go by we watched one (French) yacht attempting to come in
onto the pontoon beside us. It was struggling dearly as they had
lost power due to probably diesel bug and were wrongly instructed, ...
... br> was directed to raft up against us – great!
The guidebooks had stated that along
this part of the coast there would be an apparent lack of, how shall
I put it, facitilies /welcome for visiting yachts. Each harbour is
more or less equipped for local boats which are either commercial
fishing boats or small craft. Our guidebooks are 10+ and 6 years
old, it appears as nothing has changed.
Anyway, we ...
Found our way out way easier than our way in. Planned to drive the seaside route all the way to Luarca. Almost did but gave up for the last little bit and succumbed to the ease of the new motorway. Driving into Luarca is refreshing. You are back in time to a small fishing village, very unchanged. Sitting in a tight cove with narrow street. Our hotel ...
Today I'm in Bodenaya after a short walk from Salas. Needed to give my feet a rest. More difficult walk than previous camino. So far have had some very stiff climbs, today 420m up, but think it will be easier for a bit after this. Weather has been mixed but mostly good, sometimes cloudy and cool, which is comfortable for walking. Scenery is great.
Have met some interesting people. A ...
... Just feeling as if i have had too much sun. Decide its time for a hotel. Need a good shower and a good nights sleep. Also need to wash clothes. So stay at salinas and find a lovely room for e35 inc breakfast. Wispa put down today. So sad but the right thing to do. She had had a couple of strokes. Coincidentally as the x texted me, a golden retriever stuck its nose through the railings where i was having ...