A couple of days ago the Camino del Norte turned inland for 30 miles or so. It goes back the coast at Gijón but we are stopping before that, leaving the rest of the Norte for next year.
We were amused that they were all lying down and all lined up.
When we walk in headlands right by the ocean it us usually through cow pastures (Asturian cows like ocean views) so we have to cross fences. We saw some barbed wire fences in Basque Country but in Asturias they are… Continue Reading
We had very good Asturian food at this restaurant yesterday. Normally you have to buy a whole liter bottle of sidra (cider) because it goes flat quickly. I wanted some so I spent 2.6 euro (cheap!) on a bottle but… Continue Reading
People have been so nice to us on this trip. Yesterday we had a long walk with no bars for coffee. (The horror! The horror!) Late morning, not yet having had breakfast, we passed an albergue and this kind woman… Continue Reading
Post by Wynette: Well, as long as we are doing food photos … We had this with our menu del día today. Fava beans, of which the Asturians are very proud, greens, potatoes, sausages, pork meat. (Photo shows a small… Continue Reading
We try not to put in food photos since it gets out of hand. The food has been excellent and photogenic. But Asturias is noted or its blue cheese, and this dish with blue-cheese sauce was delicious. (Maybe doesn’t look… Continue Reading