|Off we go again…wherever you go,
we’ll come with you x
|Dash found a “small” stick on Bayonne beach|
So far the overwhelming features of the weather have been rain, wind and grey skies. Nigel has not enjoyed the driving conditions, at one point it was so windy that one of our solar panels decided to elevate itself en route, we wondered what the thump was but assumed it was something inside falling over in the turbulence, then when we stopped for lunch we discovered what had happened. Thankfully it does not appear to be damaged. During our journey along the north coast of Spain and seeing the breakers in the Bay of Biscay we have actually been very glad we changed our minds about catching a ferry direct to Santander or Bilbao from the UK!
|The sea at A Coruna|
|Tower of Hercules, A Coruna|
The following day was also very special, we left A Coruna and headed south to Cap Finisterre of shipping forecast fame where we spent the night, a lighthouse stop two nights running.
|Spot the motorhome…WINDY!!!
|The view from the other direction,
Cap Finisterre lighthouse from the MH
|Nativity scene still on display outside
Bom Jesus Church, Valenca de Minho,
Regua marks the point at which the Duoro line turns from a good route into a great one, sticking closely to the river from then on, cutting into the rock face and crisscrossing the water on rickety bridges………