La Hacienda De Don Juan
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Awoke late with the fat German next door in the camper talking about something. Given it was half way through the morning the caffeine fix was calling. Happy to say the coffee at the camp site restaurant was excellent, as was the cake. After brekky and feeling lethargic I unpacked all my gear seeking some unnecessary stuff to send back, unfortunately one spanner a pair of undies and a T shirt was all I could find and hardly ...
Reflecting on the departure from Plymouth I found it hard to believe that well after the scheduled departure time more bikes, cars and campers were still boarding the Ferry. Perhaps the departure time is just indicative... Interesting afternoon and evening on the ferry - met and chatted to several bikers. A mechanic from up north shared loads of Picos de Europa routes with me and loaded to my GPS from SD card, he also changed a few of the settings which was ...
We spec out a good spot and get the tents up. Only just in time as the clouds roll in and heavy rain arrives. But the campsite restaurant and bar is dry and welcoming. There seems to be just one set evening meal so that's what we order: a serious salad followed by calamari and chips, a bottle of wine or a bottle of water, all for €10. That'll do it.
As we tuck in the ...
... year. Given the climate of northern Spain and our departure date, we decided on a clockwise circumnavigation, thus leaving Cantabria until the end. Indeed, now that we have sorted our journey home by ferry from Santander departing on Monday, this is our last stop in Europe for 2015. After some deliberation regarding campsites, a few days ago I emailed Camping La Viorna at Potes which is right in amongst the peaks and well recommended. It is so popular that they were unable ...
10km of well-maintained path (formerly a service track for a HEP scheme) high above the Rio Cares between Poncebos and Cain constitute, perhaps unfortunately, the most popular mountain walk in Spain. The Lonely Planet describes walking it in August 'can feel like a Saturday morning on London's Oxford St.' However, we were undeterred and were rewarded with a magnificent and at times vertiginous excursion along the gorge separating the ...