Parador de Tui
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... the Camino gives one a special kind of clarity about many things in life. It becomes easier to cut through all the noise in our lives and see things for what they truly are. Priorities seem easier to determine and decisions easier to make. We have passed a lot of 'Camino" art since crossing into Spain and I thought it might be interesting to post several of the more compelling sculptures we have passed since entering this country. It is a surprising delight to be walking along ...
... rice. In Portugal we usually found the food to be prepared beautifully, which wasn't always the case along the Camino in northern Spain, so we are curious to see what the differences will be now we are back in Spain. As in most places in Europe the fresh pastries are amazing and it is a constant battle not to have several of these delicious temptations every day. We like to try to find a wine from the region where we are walking and have discovered some very ...
... and it looks like we might get wet this week, maybe even for three days. We have been so fortunate with clear weather but that may be coming to an end. We have some short days coming up so that should make up for the long ones we have logged.
I must comment on the fragrant smells along the Way today. We have mentioned broom plant, which we know is somewhere even when we can't see it. But the ...
... us so much of hiking in New Mexico, we felt we were back home. We left Ponte de Lima this morning and walked through what was without a doubt the most beautiful country we have seen on this Camino. Our guidebook describes this stage of the walk as "glorious" and he is absolutely right. There were sections of the walk today we just had to slow down and take it in without rushing ...
... hard to believe we have walked here from Lisbon. The pleasure of spending every day walking is a real gift. Our routine is completely established now. We pack up everything the night before, make sure we have all maps and guides in the right place, fill our water bottles to capacity, check our list of things we carry with us. Then we rise early (very early the past several days to beat the heat) get out the door and have a little breakfast. If the hotel is not ...