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With 1000km to drive in 2 days to get to Logrono to meet the girls, we had a fair bit of driving to do. We drove out of Portugal along the coast to the North-west corner of Spain before heading along the north coast and stopping for the night in the seaside town of Gijon. Not much to report, we went for a wander along the shore and checked out the city before grabbing a feed and hitting the pillow around ...
... is top class.
Not terribly busy either so you are not constantly fighting with trucks as was the case on the mediterranean coast.
The hills and valleys are very like Ireland, lush green fields and woodland.
Naturally enough there are heavy industries now and again on the landscape but not spoiling it too much.
We went off the A-8 to a small village for the lunch rest and rejoined our odyssey 30 minutes later.
Eventually arriving in a town near Gijon called ...
... because there are just SO many goat/sheep droppings! :) They are freely grazing on pastures in the area and obviously, it's easier for them to travel on this hiking path. We went about 80% of the way and decided to turn back. It's just very white with clouds everywhere and couldn't see anything. I also hit my shin rather ******* one of ...
... view. In about 6-7 min, we reached the top. From there, we walked a bit to get to the village of Bulnes. It's a very lovely small village next to a small stream and seems to be just living off tourism because in this tiny village, there were roughly about 6-7 bars/restaurants! With about 15-20 min hike up from the village, we could see Naranjo de Bulnes - majestic looking limestone peak - far away.
... a couple of times to admire the view. I could hear just the wind humming through grasses, cow bells far away and occasional goats calling each other. So peaceful. The air is so clean, I couldn't help but wonder whether it will clean our toxins as well.
This tiny village of Tresviso is at the end of the world. No road goes further other than trekking paths. Everybody knows everybody, and swinging by the one and only bar in the ...