Asturian coast: beaches for all tastes

“Asturies que guapina yes!” Most people know that various regions of Spain have co-official languages along with Castellano (Castillian Spanish). But did you know that apart from Catalan, Galician and Basque, numerous other regions have native languages? Valencian (which is spoken in Valencia), Balear (spoken in Balearic Islands) and Aranés (spoken in parts of Cataluña) … More Asturian coast: beaches for all tastes

Río Sella: A famous descent in “piragua” down this Asturian river

When I studied abroad 10 years ago, I backpacked Europe. I did the cheap hostel slumber party with strangers, bread and cheese and 1€ bottle of wine dinners. I saw all the cathedrals, did all the walking tours and saw all the sights. My travel priorities have changed. Sometimes we are thrifty but never when … More Río Sella: A famous descent in “piragua” down this Asturian river

Stew is life: Asturian “pote” and some other good eats

Northerners brave long, cold rainy seasons and it’s no different here on the Iberian Peninsula. The rolling hills/mountains flaunt their lush green layers in Summer thanks to all those dark, wintry days. Winter is the reason that stew exists. And stew is life. Only in Morocco will I drink boiling mint tea in the middle … More Stew is life: Asturian “pote” and some other good eats