Hotel Mieres del Camino
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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 ...
We spent a few days in Gijon which was a very interesting town, with a wonderful atmosphere and great cultural activities. We just happened to be there whilst a cultural festival was going on. Each evening there was a concert by the marina, which displayed the various styles of music of the (Asturian) region.
The town itself was fairly modern, with a few hidden gems.
A most pleasant stay.
We visited the main sites like the beautiful Cathedral and the old part of town which was nice. Than we had dinner in a small restaurant where we tried some Asturian dishes like Fabada. Walked a little more and than got our car out of the parking and drove back to the camping. 28th We left for Santander but when we got near the weather was so awful that we continued to Bilbao. We found a camping near the coast and arrived there around 4 ...
... idea he was gay and he told us about how he came out to his parents. After dinner, we went to wine street where we were supposed to meet miguel and luke but we didn't see them. Zak told us theories about the universe over tapas and at 12 we went back to Ovida. I had loved the picnic, it was the perfect group of friends and we had such good conversation. Zak is a beautiful human being and I love him so much, I can't even imagine saying goodbye to him.
... on Friday and his host mom found his sitting naked, cris-crossed in the shower and his host mom had to carry him to bed.
I woke up at 2 today, Sunday, and rushed to get to the market before it closed at 3. We were late of course and didn't really get to see it, which sucks because today was the last day I would have been able to go. Zak, Sophie and I ran into Josef and walked around for a few hours in search or bread and croissants. I'm currently ...