Hotel Mar Del Sueve
Travel Blogs from Colunga
... they are so spread out. Come across huge market place - large open building full of fish, meat and fresh food vendors, then back out into to the streets into acres of stalls selling just about anything you can imagine - a whole street of fresh flowers - just amazing!
Tempted to buy but would have been a bit hard to carry around with us.
Settle for a cup of coffee and just soaking up the atmosphere.
Batteries recharged, off again, on to the Museo Arqueologico re ...
... the Wifi internet resulted in a comical scenario in their Reception with the Simpson's (in Spanish) on the TV at a loud volume, many hand gestures from both sides, rapid-fire Spanish and two very puzzled Aussie travellers. They decided to call in some help in the form of a chap who had spent 8 years in Melbourne and he proved to be a god-send as he not only assisted in accessing the internet but was a wealth of information regarding local walks etc. On ...
... games mixed with the odd journey into the eucalyptus scented wilderness with Juno the infinitely boisterous labrador.
On the 13th of April we found ourselves in Spain once again. We stopped and ate lunch under a bridge that crossed the river that marked the border, watched by vultures circling overhead. I ran back and forth across the bridge. I can now honestly say I have been to Spain 36 times. The landscape between the Spanish side of the border and Alcantara is ...
... A Fantastic Play Park for Ella kept her amused (these Spaniards are just so darn good at public places). Dan was delighted by a Train museum, the locomotive lover he is and we got to a lovely Swimming Complex which Ella really enjoyed. Even had a 'Thalaso Pool' with massaging jets and salt water. MMMM, although we all had to wear thongs and head caps, which I found rather amusing when you see the amount of body hair some of these ...
... Picos de Europa looming behind. A load of fantastic
heritage and great farming country with very pretty villages and
friendly locals. I love seeing the general populace, over 70's still
out in the gardening, wheeling their barrows down their streets and
chatting with neighbours. You can see it's very family orientated
here in Spain too, many extended families out together, grandparents
minding the ...
- Wheelchair accessibility