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... 2,000 years ago and three reconstructed houses to give you a sense of things. In some ways, they reminded me of the places I had seen in the mountains of Nepal only a few months ago and how people still live today.
The train brought us back to Santiago for our final night in this historic and fine city.
On the way to the bus station, the heavens opened and Galician rain fell. When it rains in Galicia, it really rains! I was wearing a rain jacket but my legs were soon saturated.
At the bus station, there was a little shop selling trousers and jeans for €5 and so I quickly tried on a pair and bought them as a spare in case I get caught out for a third time in Vigo.
We caught the train down to Vigo on the coast this morning. It's a big city on the mouth of the Ria de Vigo and to cut a long story short, it has belted down with rain all day.
We dodged the rain by going into bars for red wine and the free tapas each place provides. It's a destination for the most enormous cruise ...
We arrived at Vigo at around just before 09:00 local time this morning. The weather was rather overcast, however during breakfast the weather had brightened up and it became warm enough for shorts and flip flops. After breakfast we headed ashore to explore the Spanish City. We found some very nice clothes shops and I bought a Tokyo sweatshirt. We also found Zara and bought some new jeans as mine no longer fit me! ...
... Estadio dos Barreiros, an old and famous coliseum dug out of the side of a hill, which explains why its name translates to Loam Pits Stadium. It is also known for its banana-shaped stands. Unfortunately, due to renovations apparently pending since 2009 only a little less than half the stadium is actually in use. So while it is quite full and festive on the main, partially covered side, the whole time we were staring at row after row of depressingly empty ...