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"The best coexistence of our lives"

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Five protagonists of the route to Covadonga that the students of 2º of Baccalaureate made tell us their experience.

Valeria Álvarez Rodríguez (2º C)

This was a trip that came as a surprise to some of us, we didn't think the day had finally come to go to Covadonga, a route we had heard so much about last year. On September 27 we took our giant backpacks full of clothes and eager to have fun and we got on the bus on the way to Anayo, where we started our route. With music (and eager to get to the hostel) we begin our great getaway with energy, an almost unlimited energy that is only over when we return home.

During the trip, we are dedicated to walking and having fun surrounded by nature and sharing the most absurd anecdotes that we could think of. Meanwhile, two or three people were responsible for putting a soundtrack to our route, mostly well-known songs that we danced along the road full of motivation, such as Village People's 'YMCA'.

With big and small stories we arrive on the second day almost without realizing it, but getting up soon is not our strong point, and less after having slept between nothing and almost nothing last night. After having breakfast and suffering many, many, many laces, we made our backpacks again and headed towards Covadonga. It is difficult to explain the feeling of finally seeing the Basilica and hearing its bells. After so much effort (especially on the ascent of the mountain where our destination was located) everything had been worth it.

From our new canine friend until the night in which we slept eight in the same room, this has been and will be for a long time the best coexistence of our lives.


Sara Lázaro Pérez (2º C)

The trip made to Covadonga has been wonderful. During a weekend we have had the opportunity to live with our classmates, which has allowed us to strengthen ties between friends, since being a smaller group, relationships have been closer than usual.

During these three days we have not only been with our friends, but through the route to Covadonga we have experienced contact with nature in a continuous and close way, which is not always possible. In this way, this experience has also served us to forget a little about everyday life, get out of the routine and try to take advantage of the time to be together and enjoy our company to the fullest.

Personally, I thought it could not have gone better. In spite of the almost forty kilometers of the route, being well distributed, they have got along very well throughout the group. This has left us with energy so that when we arrived at the hostels we could continue enjoying the experience all together, visiting some town and having group conversations.

Honestly, it has been the best group experience of my life. I think we have all had a great time and have strengthened ties between us, which will give us even more feeling of union, which I consider very important.

I think that none will forget this trip, because it has been epic, full of new joint experiences and I would like to repeat it a thousand times more.


Alberto Valcárcel González (2º A)

Just two days? They flew between so many subjects, music, laughter and kilometers, which were not few. We made noise from the outward journey by bus, and what better way to make us notice when we are among friends and acquaintances of a lifetime. If we had someone to meet, on this trip we have truly discovered and thoroughly how are our partners.

First stop near Cangas de Onís, and the second stop in Covadonga, but if necessary, we could have crossed entire Asturias! Well, we're not going to fool ourselves either, that the road, although enjoyable, was also tired, but it gets along when we're in company.

Just two days? Each person who participated in this experience can ensure that it was not only two days, it was much more than that. It was sharing, laughing and, above all, supporting us at all times with the final reward of the deserved rest. We want to thank Esteban, Isabel, Carmen and Jon for joining us, for motivating us and, also, for having great moments of laughter and anecdotes. An enriching walk from all points of view, without a doubt to repeat it, and, why not, at the end of the course, walk again these 50 km.


Manuel Sandoval Martínez and Carla Caso (2º A)

These days have been truly incredible. In spite of the long walk, the fatigue that it produced was not so noticeable when being with friends and the music helped us to continue. The hostels were amazing and the food was delicious. In addition, teachers encouraged at all times and made everything much easier. Cangas de Onís, beautiful, and spectacular Covadonga, as always. The trip was clearly worth it and I hope I can repeat it in the future.