Pazo Da Trave
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... on, maybe the weather, it was grey mostly and damp because it is in a valley but it is also seems like time has passed it by and the town seems deprived in some aspects. Lots of beggars on the streets and no one in the shops - it was a bit surreal actually. I was working on the engine when Joris stopped by to say they were leaving for Ceidera a small anchorage 35 miles ...
... because I was still so excited at such a find, after 4 weeks in France the prices here in Spain are 50-60% cheaper so naturally being from Yorkshire I love the place already. We even bought a new addition for the boat too - a shopping Trolley - we must be getting really old ! I had seen Joris earlier and invited them all across for dinner for a making it across Biscay party, we had a great night of Champagne, Tapas, Garlic Bread, Pasta followed by Watermelon ...
... go for Kathleen's daily ice cream fix but it is a disappointment. The girl in the shop has a terrible attitude and seems to view customers as pests. Kathleen wants a dulce leche flavour. The girl makes one up but it does not look right. Kathleen queries it but the girl insists its right. It turns out not to be but by this time life is too short. We drive on to Vilalba and check in at the Parador. Then we go out for ...
Leaving a little late due to sleeping and maintenance but good job we checked as fan belt was about to go so we had to quickly change it before heading out. Good job done as we had a long slog around the headland of Espasante with wind and waves on the nose. Originally thought we would get to Gijon but decided to call it a day at 8pm as seas had still not calmed down and wind still blowing so ducked into little town called Viveiro with ...
... We drove further around the north west tip of Spain, over plenty of West Gate size bridges, through many tunnels, over the top of mountain ranges past the giant turbines and headed towards a small town called Doninos about 15 minutes out of Ferrol. We camped in the beach car park with the rest of the camper vans and spent 2 days there ...