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Travel Blogs from Cabuerniga
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 ...
... a two hour wait to get into the Albergue so a walk around town to see the sites. There is an 8th century castle which stands above the river estuary which I would love to get inside. Each city or village has so much history I can't keep track of it all and all the signs are in Spanish so don't understand it. We finally got in to the Albergue, Barbara, Martha and I keeping our pact to stay together to avoid getting a snorer beside us. ...
Meeting up with over twenty Irish Ramblers for eleven days here in Spain after we finished our World trip was a nice way to unwind and prepare yourself for a soft landing back in Dublin later today.
We have many stories to write up and expand on for our travels over the last ten months.
Highlights would include,
Two months in Costa Rica,
The sea crossing from the west coast of the U.S. to ...
... m a happy camper here laying in my bunk. Marianne and Daniel washed my cloths with they hung them up to dry, with Marianne commenting there are some advantages to being old. Life is good today. Cloths dryers are not common here. Comillas , I thought was a beach town but it is anything but with many buildings and things to see. Tomorrow will be my last stage in Cantabria as we enter Austuria. Tomorrow is a special day as my Grandaughter Maya will turn 17. Happy Birthday ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed