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Meeting up with over twenty Irish Ramblers for eleven days here in Spain after we finished our World trip was a nice way to unwind and prepare yourself for a soft landing back in Dublin later today.
We have many stories to write up and expand on for our travels over the last ten months.
Highlights would include,
Two months in Costa Rica,
The sea crossing from the west coast of the U.S. to ...
... whole place to ourselves…. soon realising we had just pitched in the section which didn’t face directly onto the stunning beach where the rest of the campers were. We headed into town and were transformed into our Spanish alter-ego’s…. (Emilia and Traconia) We were pulling out the five words we had learnt by listening to lessons through our helmet speakers frantically the day before. (We rode along asking trucks "como estas?") We ordered an array ...
... office run by the Picos de Europa National Park.
"You only need to go to the second bridge, Puente Bolín. You’ll see the best part of the canyon in that stretch", the knowledgeable park ranger informs us.
We park our car and commence the walk. Who should be the first people we come across but a couple of English hikers we had met yesterday at Fuente Dé.
"We’ve come all the way from the far end of the canyon" ...
Wednesday is a free day to relax in the mountain town of Potes. We wander around enjoying the clear highland air and alpine scenery. In preparation for our long walk tomorrow, we take a short hike to the neighbouring village, as well as walk from the hotel into the town. For our picnic lunch, we find a splendid spot beside the famous Monastery of St. Toribio de Liébana, where St. Beatus wrote his monumental tomes mentioned earlier.
... Ribadeo. A amiable and helpful host, a sunny room overlooking a stream backed by green mountains and a field full of jovial black and white cows, and brilliant WIFI to boot.. We could stay here forever!
Our first stop is a visit to the Tourist Office. It's located in a chapel, which has been turned into a museum honouring Saint Beatus of Liébana. In the middle of the eighth century, when ...