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Travel Blogs from Vigo
... well situated at the edge of the Zona Monumental, or old quarter, and much walking around the town was in store. I started off my first day with a walk along the river and the 12th century Burgo bridge which gives the city its name, stopping for a look at the bustling fish market before entering the old city. Pontevedra sits along the Portugese route of the way of St. James and has many beautiful churches including the rounded Baroque ...
This weekend I've been in Vigo visiting my Trainer from my mission! Vigo is beautiful! It has a lovely beach and port, it also has lots of nice shops ;) it was so nice to catch up with Marianna and meet her family. I also met her friend Isaac. He owns a very nice restaurant which we went to on Saturday night. He treated us like queens! ...
... s house. "Cocido Gallego", or galician stew, is made with pork, chicken, and lamb. Add to that chickpeas and chorizo. And, to top it off, potatoes and some sort of green. A dish usually prepared in winter because it is so thick and hardy. My cousins made it for us, just because it is something we never have. How blessed we are to have such a loving ...
We started the day with some wind surfing. Water was cold but far less rough than yesterday. Kim was still really sore from her vigorous run on Friday, but Alyssa and I took part. I was actually able to move forward later in the afternoon, in the morning we had no wind. But with calm waters I had an easier time learning how to balance on the board. Stew took regular trips on his wind surfer out beyond the bouys when he wasn't helping one of us. ...
We all slept in today, felt great. Of course my sleeping in is more like 8am... Spent the morning working on updating the travel blog. With all the fun I got very behind! Alyssa and I went to the big Marcado and bought some fruit and veggies. Also went to pasteria for pastries and bread. It rained through early afternoon, but we could head to the beach around 3:30. The girls had their lesson but Kim was too sore so I decided to try my hand at wind surfing. Water was ...
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