Hostal Anosa Casa
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... We start eating lunch when J+J walk through the door and join us. We exchange chats about our mornings and then decide for this afternoon that we would head out to the coast for a drive to get out of town and see the outskirts of Santiago.
We get going and head out to a place called "Isla De Latoja". It’s a lovely, up market beach town, but very deserted and quiet because it’s not peak season, plus ...
... Jawja. Being on the roof helped since the first 50 or 60 feet weren't visible but I much prefer the little simple churches in the smaller towns. I would like to know how much it weighs? It is mind boggling to think that the people that started work on this huge thing knew they would never see it anywhere near completion but still came as close to perfection in their workmanship as humanly possible. If that ain't faith, I guess I'll never see any evidence of it.
... I expected, it is a huge harbour and city with several towns circled around the water's perimeter.
Arrived in Santiago after about 2 hour drive and located a campsite high above the city. A place called As Cancelas. It is on No. 4 bus route which is perfect.
Connected up everything and after lunch tried out the lovely on site pool. They also have a bar and restaurant.
We headed for town on 19:30 bus and mingled among ...
... The first beach is wet sand only but we spy a miniature beach over the rocks to the left, so we climb carefully over the rocks towards it. As we walk we marvel at the sea life on the rocks – far more active than in the UK; we actually see dozens of crabs of varying sizes scrambling over the rocks and Jonny is delighted to see several darting fish hiding in them too. The beach is worth the climb and we sunbathe, read, play beach tennis, poke a toe and Jonny even adds to a dam ...
... of 22km of undulating terrain today, until we reached the city edge, with the first of a rainfall greeted us ax we had been blessed with sunny skies each day. The outer limits were a disappointment after the wonderful places we had walked through but our spirits rose as we approached the old city and finally the Church of Santiago. Wow! Tomorrow will be a day of wandering the old narrow streets, ...