Travel Blogs from Arenas de Cabrales
The sum of it all:
$1400 for the tour
+ 5 flights
+ 1 French Air Traffic Controller Strike
+ 8 Days
+ 3 Peaks and 2 Gorges
+ 3 repels down waterfalls
+ 13 British people
+ 7 Pints of Spanish Beer
+ 25-30° C weather and sun everyday
+ 1 Massive …
... the promenade walk along the sea for nearly two Km. I soon ran into Heidi and her Swiss friend and again up the hill we go. It was a beautiful warm day and lots of scenery, sea views, beaches and green countryside. Small villages added to the day and a coffee half way through hit the spot. I didn't want to push to far so stopped after 17 Km. I got to the Albergue to find Susan from St. Louis, she informed that that the place was full except ...
... bar there and I went and had a seat to wait for Mike. I ordered a salad as I had eaten the last two nights at the albergues and it's French fries and meat no veggies. Mike shows up a while later and we head over to the station to find out the train doesn't come through until 5:50, so we decide to keep walk on and find a bus somewhere . As we were in the back roads all day we never did find a bus and walked all ...
I had the hut to myself last night and got a good nights sleep for a change. Up early but for some reason I didn't get away until 8:30. I wanted to get away earlier as it was forecast to be warm out and it was. I find the heat ******* me. Complain about the heat and complain about the rain. The book says about 24 Km but I think I did a couple ...
... from the bites. Daniel is carrying on for a while longer and expect he will catch up to me. I also said farewell to my Polish friends Barbara and Martha. They caught the bus to Oviedo and taking the Primitivo route from there. They gave me a scallop shell when leaving and almost had me in tears. I found out on the last evening that they are both massage therapists. I sure missed out there. Story of my life, half hour late and stupid ...