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In the woods - Galicia
Northern Spain

Caminosurf: A day with bad weather and bad waves is a lost day? Not here in Galicia in northern Spain - plenty of sites which unfold their true atmosphere only on days just like these...

Copyright: Peter peherstorfer
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Chargée: 12/06/2010
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Tags: caminosurf; surfing; surfcamp; surf-holiday; galicia; spain; eucalyptus; forest; woods; trees; ferns
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