We’re on our way to visit the Basílica of the Virgen at the town of Covadonga, which is the same Virgen of the Caridad del Cobre in Cuba.
We’re on a bus from the cruise ship, on a land tour. The bus passed by church and did not stop, instead we’re being taken to the high mountains which they call the “peaks of Europe” anda t this time are covered with snow.
Beautiful and wonderful views of villages with bright colored houses which reveal the passion of the Latin/spanish soul.
As we seat here on the bus overlooking the peaks in Asturias I realizad that Freddy –my departed husband- and I had always wanted to make this trip
After walking around one of the mountains, we are taking the road back to Covadonga.
The Basílica is quite beautiful but the altar of the Virgen is very dark. There is no lighting that would make it more visible. It is very ignored, very sad. Freddy would of been as dissapointed as I am if not more! I gave thanks to the Virgen for having been so good to Freddy. For having us meet and giving me the pleasure of getting to know him so well. I also gave thanks for being so kind to the
Cuban people and giving them hope.
Carol and I took pictures of each other outside the church.
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