northern Spain in the winter....why wouldnt you ??

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  1. campa cola

    campa cola Funster

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    Northern Spain, Well last week weather was good but this week its been a bit wet and a bit cool but if you live in Scotland its like spring and sometimes summer! Made my way over from Santander to Santiago, I am surprised by the lovely mountains and lush greenness of 'green' Spain. More On the plus side, nearly empty aires, nearly empty roads and nearly no tourists.........camping costs for the week 10 euros inc some free leccy.

    This pic was from a few days ago near the aire at Tapia de casariego, and a small squall in the Bay of Biscay, waves right verses houses left, never seen any that big in my life before !!!

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    Because it's too cold and wet. Around 20 deg. this afternoon at La Manga.
     
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    Oh well save a place for me in a few weeks (y)
     
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    Great picture. We are at Hendaye Plage but heading to the sun at Valencia today...well hoping it'll be sunny there..
     
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    My house is in Scotland, every bloody day looks like that. No sun, empty roads, no tourists and free parking. That's why I spend the winter in Southern Spain.
     
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