Lately, I've been busy. I've been traveling and making new friends and practicing Spanish and just learning things. And that's awesome, because when I'm not busy I get bored, and when I'm bored I get sad. So no sadness for me recently, yay!
A quick random example of something I learned the other day: when Spaniards say chay-toes, they mean Cheetos. Shouldn't have taken me this long to figure that out, buuuuut....it did. Cheers to learning something new every day, be it important knowledge or not.
So anyway, here are some photos from a trip I took recently to the Cañones del Sil and the Playa de las Catedrales.
I enjoy the colors on these hillsides--and the fog and trees make me feel like the world I'm living in is primeval.
More fog. I've grown very accustomed to fog since I began living here!
So cool--a spiderweb covered with frost.
What looks like steps carved into these hillsides is actually vineyards, which is pretty neat.
A church in Lugo, a city a few hours away
Cute seaside fishing town
At the Playa de las Catedrales. I love the way we pop out of this picture!
I'm told this archway at the Playa de las Catedrales is famous, so here you go.