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... on part of the Camino each year.
The final 5 km of the day were downhill over a very rocky path. It was ******* the knees and I am glad I am settled for the night in Acebo, another mountain village. The recent popularity of the Camino has given these small villages a huge economic boost. They are practically abandoned, except for the services for the pilgrims. These are possibly the communities featured in ...
... 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 ...
... so here we are! Highlight from Asturias to Galicia would be the change of landscape, vegetation and culture? It reminds me a lot of Bretagne, Ireland and the south west of the UK. Food has been pretty good onboard, I even struggled to drink one bottle of San Miguel last night. Maybe I should take a walk the Caminando ...
... long thin doughnuts) with 2 little cups of thick hot chocolate to dip the hot chocolate in. Then when we’d finished our Churros, we climbed the hill, looked over the town, the ocean, the coast, and the rest of Spain, then we climbed down, and drove to Segovia.
Asturias was amazing, and I would give the whole region a 9 out of 10, because it has amazing views of everything, and I generally liked the region ...
We headed for Galicia. We got in a
short sail and anchored opposite Castrolpol in the first of the many
Rias we are about to explore.
Getting to the anchorage was fun –
there is a moving sandbank therefore its guessing more than anything.
We did run aground, but thankfully its lovely soft sand.
The anchorage was ever so pleasant. We
spotted a couple of ...