I have returned. The holidays are over and comes the “return to normal”, if you can call “normal” my everyday life.
It has been three weeks traveling through the north of the peninsula, crossing from Aragó to the westernmost part of Asturias. By the way, hundreds of kilometers through forests, mountains, cliffs and above all, lots and lots coast. And it must be remembered that the starting point of this trip began 7 or 8 years ago, with the idea of turning around the Iberian Peninsula along its coasts. The trip that began with the idea to be finished in a month, but as you can see, It has not only been elongated in time, but also in its parts. This was the second one. And in some point in the future there will be a third one, through the Galician and Portuguese coast to Tarifa. But the second part was not only with the aim of continue that journey that began long ago as a way to launch myself driving. This time was, above all, a journey of retirement. Phoenix, my always copilot, becomes increasingly older day by day and I don’t know if he will have many more opportunities to enjoy a trip, so I decided to give him the chance to enjoy it now.
Phoenix has crossed forests, scaled mountain areas ands has bathed in rivers, lakes and waterfalls. He has been in the most beautiful beaches in the North and especially, he has bitten sticks. Many many sticks.
Oh yeah, and he has eaten Cachopo!
This post becomes a tribute to the Phoenix Road Trip, the first part of his travel album. There may not be superphotos, but I hope this portraits will show the moments we had and move you to them and place of each.
I know, the term “selfie” also gives me the creeps, and half of these pictures are not even selfies, but the title was very cool and commercial.
In case there is any doubt while seeing the images, this post will have a second part (Doggy selfies II), in order to show Asturias part, where we have spent one third of the trip.