Silken Rio Hotel
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... had not let us down a couple of times where new roads have been built. We check in for the ferry and leave the car to have a walk around. One last chance to practice in a little café/bar where we manage to get by totally in Spanish. We have to wait till almost the last to board the ferry. Hopefully it will be last on first off. We leave Santander at 21.15 local ...
After checking out of Camping Perlora we went into Candas to visit the shops in my paella pan search. Bought two and set our course for Santander. Our plan was again to stay outside Santander and I had located a site near the beach at SUANCES.
We drove the A-8 along the coast and again it was a beautiful day to be travelling through the hills and valleys.
Arrived in Suances after about 2 hours drive.
It is a lovely shortish beach with a few apartments ...
... normally I'm not someone who likes looking nature or culture. But I saw the most beautiful places, Im going to add many pictures since I took so many. In the evening we went out for dinner to celebrate, we had amazing paella. Check out that picture too ;) I am sorry for slacking off on the blog, I've been quite busy with homework and just everything. But I hope to make it up to you all in the next few days. I love you all, ...
... sounded like young girls learning to surf. Yes that is correct. They seemed to be learning how to float on the board and paddle. not much else was possible. There were also some surf lifesaver groups training. Atleast that involved running and swimming. town appeared to hold a few nice buildings but given the numbers of similar we had seen recently and the need to get wet while wandering we gave it a miss. ...
... in Spain it is common for women to get paid a lot less than men. Even though these problems are world wide it is interesting to see that Spain already has more problems than the Netherlands. We started comparing countries and Elda asked everyone what it was like in their country. Since I'm very passionate about human/women rights I already got worried when Elda asked the Arabian man sitting next to me. But then ...