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We were kept up from about 2:30am by 2 dogs barking at each other. Every now and again they'd stop and you'd just about fall back to sleep and then they'd start up again. Not Happy Jan!
Fiona felt pretty weary this morning after yesterday's efforts while I felt OK on the surface. We had a simple breakfast of toast and coffee but the coffee was …
Last night Richard and I stayed in a large albergue in Fonfria while Warren pushed on with the other group to Triacastella, about 9 kms away.
We were up over 1200 metres so it was cold. Luckily it was not raining, which is a miracle for Galacia at this time of the year. Attached to the albergue is a padrozza which is a large, low circular hut with a thatched roof. It would have held a couple of hundred people but for the communal meal of soup, stewed meat and potatoes, ...
... to renovate!
Our hero moment came today when I noticed this funny little animal that wasn't a rat getting carried away on the irrigation channel. Hedley confirmed it was a mole so he ran ahead and caught him and we got to get a couple of good pics off before he was thinking about biting Hedley so he then turned him loose and he immediately started burrowing. Hope the little guy is ok sure would have been frightened and exhausted getting carried down the ...
... or a custard with a cookie on top. Flan can mean many things! One thing is for sure, we are not going hungry. Anything tastes good after a day on the trail! Staying in a chalet style dormitory near Cacabelos tonight after a 28km walk. Tired but looking forward to tomorrow. PS I never cease to be humbled. After writing this post Tammy and I had our best dinner ever here in Spain. We found a great cafe off the main street. Tammy ...
The morning is cool and we set off after 7.30am and another bad breakfast - I just want fruit with some French yoghurt, surely not too much to ask for!! We both start our day hungry again (dad still not understanding why he cant get eggs on his undercooked toast) heading up to Linares and then we ascend further up to Alto de Dan Roque (1270m) which has a huge pilgrim statue at the top to keep us all inspired to continue. The next 16.5km to Triacastela is a happy ...
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