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... me a tour, and she had the individual room available, so I took it as a sign, and stayed. Leslie (the owner) took me with her to go shopping in town (left a note on the door for other pilgrims), and off we went in her Renault 4 (yikes!!!) and picked up prawns for dinner. When we got back, there were 4 other pilgrims waiting (Kuhn and son from Belgium, and Christine and Nicholei from germany).
We had a fantastic dinner (the prawns were out of this world) and evening ...
Today was a day of "really!??!!?s.
Got up before it was light to a pouring rainstorm. Really?? Got my rain gear on and off I went!
John Beirley wrote the guidebook I am following on my journey, and the first sentence to describe today's walk includes, "a delightful day". Really John?? Really????
So, most of the day was uphill - some sections were pretty steep. About 2/3 in, I'm thinking, maybe this "hill" everyone was worried about isn't ...
... a million people that come to this little town. I'll definitely have to come back some year for that! (Any joiners??) Rest of day was spent walking around and taking photos, and riding the tourist trolley (where they didn't speak English, so just a nice ride ;) at one point I noticed all of the shop owners and others gathering outside a church in the center of town. When I asked what was happening, someone said "the bride is coming", and sure enough she rode up in an antique ...
... ride to give me a kiss on the cheek towards the end (I must have looked tired!?). I took a selfie with him - his first!! This Auberge was great. 5 euro (as most are) and a million dollar view. Ended up by my friends from Tamal (and a new add - Bruno from Portugal) - we enjoyed our $7 pilgrim special dinner (huge soup, huge entree, carafe of wine, salad, dessert and coffee!!). Love it. So many great people at Auberge. Seems many places have a ...
Sadly we left Combarro and headed south for the next Ria. There was little bit of wind so we got a pretty decent sail in.
We anchored in one of the first bays, it was quite crowded actually. Being a weekend the beach was full of people - mostly naked people we discovered after settling in. Not because of the sights but due to the swell we reanchored closer to the headland where we hoped there would be less rolling about.
The following morning ...