Parador de Tui
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... a sorry for nearly losing her phone. It has a famous horse fair which we have missed by a week. It is the oldest town in Portugal. It was founded by the Romans. They built a bridge which with modifications still stands. It is a nice little town but it is too hot to enjoy the stroll round it. Anything from 34 to 37 degrees depending on which thermometer you looked at. We are staying at Carmo's Boutique Hotel which is a charming little hotel run by a lovely lady. It is full of an ...
... coast so we climbed hill after hill, crossed rivers and ravines all the while the hills with scattered houses everywhere, were awesome in the evening sun. It was difficult later as the sun got lower and you're trying to drive West but the sunset time is short here.
I persevered in the heat and arrived into Vigo at 22:20 approx. Headeparked up ad for beach at Vigo looking to find motorhomes parked up anywhere.
None were allowed but ...
... about on the Way... "Walking is the perfect way of moving if you want to see into the life of things. It is the one way of freedom. If you go to a place on anything but your feet you are taken there too fast and miss a thousand delicate joys that were waiting for you by the wayside." Elizabeth von Arnim. Enjoy your walk today, wherever you go, and if possible, I hope you take the river ...
Day 26- O Porrino to Arcade 14.5 miles
It looked like rain all morning, but we lucked out and didn't get wet. As a result, it was cool and a little breezy until the afternoon when the clouds lifted and the sun came out. We kept putting on and taking off our windbreakers. The little village where we are staying is on the edge of Ria de Vigo, an enormous river ...
... 16.23 Blisters: 0 * would have been more like 1:45, but about a mile before the albergue, Pedro and Americo from Portugal (passed back and forth a few times today on Camino) were having calamari and wine at a cafe on the way, and invited me to stop for a bit as I was walking past. Best calamari I've ever had. And can't tell you what the wine was, as it most often comes in bottles without labels here, but enjoyed a glass, and then I was off again (after taking a picture)... ...