Post by Wynette: Laundries here are so cute.
They paint their houses with bold colors here. Only one above but often there are many of them. We walk past villages like this all the time. Another … And another …
There is an extensive local bus system that will take you just about anywhere you want to go, albeit maybe only one or two buses a day. This place was pretty remote.
We must have passed at least 50 old bathtubs in the fields along this walk. You see them all the time. One house had seven of them laying around. We’re not sure exactly what they are for. Possibly to hold… Continue Reading
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