Travel Blogs from Portonovo
Hannoh, our man, was going into Noia for a meeting so he dropped us of in Muros, the nearest big town, where we we did a weeks shopping. We now have a lot of vegetables and beer and wine, and a little bit of meat as I am now the only meat eater on the trip.
I am sitting here writing this blog, Jean is in the bedroom trying to sort out the clothes and find her spare glasses and Jane and Chloe had gone to the beach again.
... settle in. Now the fun starts.
There is no WIFI despite the description telling me that there is. There was nothing in the apartment that would be useful, such a washing up liquid, salt, pepper, tea, coffee, milk, sugar, wine, beer, bread.....
The local shop was not open until 8 pm, non of the local cafes served meals between 4 pm and 8 pm. Here we are stuck with no food or drink except for ...
Not much to say other than we got in late at night, took a cab to our hotel. Showered, slept, ate, heard gun shots outside our window and woke up early to catch the train to Madrid. WE WERE EXHAUSTED. Ps... Our hotel didn't even have a reception.... Good times haha
the town itself is actually cute though, except that there were people everywhere still up at 7 am from partying the night before on the streets. An unexpectedly lively city. ...
... we were out of time; each of us was buried with bags, tents, bedding etc to carry through town to the ferry.
The Cies islands are located in the north west of Spain above Portugal. They are two small islands joined by a stretch of sand or beach. After setting up our tents we went to the beach to relax before putting together a picnic for dinner and walking up the small mountain on one island to watch the sun set. Unfortunately the wind was so cold that Ivana and ...
... we are. We lock up and ascend to daylight. We are at the end of an extensive open alameda, the wrong end, of course! It isn’t as bad as it sounds, as the historical centre of Pontevedra isn’t all that extensive. All we have to remember is into which mine shaft we have to descend to find our car at the end of our visit.
At the far end of the alameda is the local tourist office. As usual, they are very ...
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