Adventure Asturias is a collaboration between Walkinginspirit and Peak Performance. It’s a 7-day, 6-night adventure in the natural paradise of Asturias. There will be two dates on offer this year. […]
I had eight days at Pomar before the June Walkinginspirit retreats and it was with some trepidation that I drove up the track on the first day. There hadn’t been […]
Nothing prepared me for the stunning beauty of Pomar when I arrived for a couple of days before beginning the first Walkinginspirit retreat in June this year. I think it […]
Planting the orchard in February was always going to be a gamble. Snow would be no good and neither would too much rain, both were forecast. With the help of […]
The connection between human nature and nature at large is fundamental and endures, no matter how hidden or overlain with mental constructs it becomes. The mind tends to mirror, (superficially at […]
The idea is that the art is an offering and after the gathering it is abandoned to its fate. If it survives the night the museum may have it although I don’t think it ever does.
After two fantastic Autumn Walkinginspirit retreats in Somiedo, I managed to spend a few wonderful days up at Pomar working, walking, foraging and generally hanging out and enjoying life.
Summer in Asturias is indescribably beautiful and it was wonderful to see Pomar and the surrounding forests and mountains in lush green and finally spend some more comfortable time there with our little family and friends.
There are many natural parks and biospheres in Asturias and, among them, Parque Natural de Somiedo stands out as one of the most pristine and preserved areas, not just in Spain, but in all western Europe.
Well, I’ve finally spent a few days at Pomar and what an amazing place it is. I had ten days there to take it all in and start to get to know the place.