Hotel Villa de Luarca
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Overnighted. Charming old hotel. Quiet central location. Shutters. No aircon but didn't need it.
€50 room only.
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... et Ribadeo. Nous avons mangé au restaurant tous ensemble le soir puis les filles sont allées dormir dans un gîte avec papi et mamie. Le lendemain tous les quatre nous ont rejoint sur Kivu pour un dernier repas avant de reprendre la route pour Marmande. After having dropped Spike off I have spent a few days in Port d'Envaux before catching the train to Marmande ...
... the coast there and some of them are maybe 150ft (approximately 50 metres) of cliff above the roaring ocean. Some of them are just nice beaches, which were pretty empty when we were there. There was one surf beach which was really nice, and it was really fun climbing across hundreds of rocks all the way to the water. Unfortunately I didn’t have my board!
We didn’t go to all of the beaches, but the ...
... opinion, to go into this berth. They managed to say hello to us
by kissing our bbq and aft anchor. Luckily we were there to fend
them off but they did suffer abit of damage in doing so (bent
stancion and some paint work stripped). We were glad that that was
the only damage as they were a metal boat of 14 tonnes and we're
plastic – not a good hugging combination.
Apologies for the lack of updates, we ran out of internet credits and what we had left was used to check the weather, and from what you will see in the coming entries we were near fairly small villages therefore getting a top up was impossible.
We left Gijon in the morning and headed
for our next destination. The guidebooks do not have a great write
up about the place but it's an inbetween ...
... a postie) who has walked from Rotterdam, two guys with a dog which is carrying its own food, a German guy from Munster whose wife died in 2000 and has been walking sections of the Camino every year since then and has now arrived in Spain, a South African woman who now lives in Australia via many other countries.
Have walked 110km so far. The sign in Bodenaya reads 256km to Santiago.