Hotel El Repelao
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... a nice meal and bottle of vino tinto (Peter turned his nose up at his half a glass due to it tasting like "vinegar") it was back to the campsite just outside town where the sound of the eternal pumping of an airbed was cutting through the darkness. This guy had been at it since we left the site 4 hours before - that's dedication for you! Fair play. During the night, however, karma stuck as my laughing at the other guy's mattress problems came back to bite me ...
... with tight timing sailing solo, I should have/could have prepared the genoa before left just in case! Finally I had to let the main flap and getting wet on foredeck while getting smashed by the 2 meter waves, another great lesson learned in the hard way. It was a great relief after the genoa up then we started broad reaching through the side waves flying at 7 knots, Quadrophenia was happily battling the ...
... and drove home.
Approximately 2000 years ago, in Roman times, the roman army had conquered almost all of Europe, but the part they stopped at was the hills up to the viewing point of the Covadonga lakes, since they couldn’t get up the hills, but they did conquer the nearby town of Cangas de Onis, and one of the things they built which is still standing today is a bridge, known as the Roman bridge of Cangas de Onis. There’s ...
... researched and found out is part of Spain's second largest national park called Picos De Europa. It is quite famous for some good hiking routes during summer, this did not surprise us at all since there were people hiking literally everywhere. With luck seriously on our side we rode into this small town and walked (pretty much stalked people with beach attire) a small distance to find a Spanish oasis near a town called Llanes. The water was so clear and had the most beautiful aqua ...
We spent a few days in Gijon which was a very interesting town, with a wonderful atmosphere and great cultural activities. We just happened to be there whilst a cultural festival was going on. Each evening there was a concert by the marina, which displayed the various styles of music of the (Asturian) region.
The town itself was fairly modern, with a few hidden gems.
A most pleasant stay.