Hotel Casona Naviega
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... ve been tracking along our travels
either anchored not too far away from us or in the marina. What we
did find quite funny was where we anchored was the same small yacht
on a buoy which is in the picture of the guidebook we have which is
6+ years old.
We moved into the marina (1 August) in the morning
and went and ...
Apologies for the lack of updates, we ran out of internet credits and what we had left was used to check the weather, and from what you will see in the coming entries we were near fairly small villages therefore getting a top up was impossible.
We left Gijon in the morning and headed
for our next destination. The guidebooks do not have a great write
up about the place but it's an inbetween ...
... town so had to park and walk. Not far. Room at the top with rafter beams. Charming and comfortable. Walked around the harbour and up the steep path to the lighthouse and adjacent cemetery to look over the headland to the tiny coves on the other side. Then returned and had a couple of beers sitting by the boats and later a meal of average quality ...
... Cheryl and Sharon had already ordered their meal by 7pm so they were happy to not have dinner with me and the others. I ended up having a great night talking about the mind body connection with Doug, who is a Sociology and Philosophy Professor. He just finished a journal article discussing if the mind can be collapsed into the body...I said it can't, which Chris challenged, and Doug revealed his article argues it can't. We debated this for some time. Other topics of discussion ...
... a postie) who has walked from Rotterdam, two guys with a dog which is carrying its own food, a German guy from Munster whose wife died in 2000 and has been walking sections of the Camino every year since then and has now arrived in Spain, a South African woman who now lives in Australia via many other countries.
Have walked 110km so far. The sign in Bodenaya reads 256km to Santiago.