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... s" which were obviously salads. John and Aaron ordered a meat dish similar to what they did the other night as they recognised the same wording, haha. Our meals come out, and Jenny had to swap with me as hers came with Tuna and olives and she didn't eat either of those things, so that was a bonus for me. We finish up lunch and get back on the road and stop off at one more viewpoint before heading towards Santiago de Compostela. The viewpoint is called "Playa de Catedras". ...
... here for one night, so there isn't much to offer food wise. We decide I a restaurant and head on in. I speak Spanish to the waiter who seats us at a 4 person table and gives us menus in Spanish. Usually it's easy to depict what it is, but even Aaron and I were having a hard time understanding the full detail of it all. We ask him if he speaks English, and he tells us very little, but provides us with an English menu, perfect. Jenny and I order 2x ...
... in any town) before returning to our neighbourhood for dinner. We noted that most places in the area were filled with patrons drinking, not eating. So I guess the establishment we stopped at was very surprised when we ordered food. The waiter set the table so carefully, like he had never done it before. We had a plate of about 8 anchovy slices marinated in oil and a cheese plate. But the highlight of the meal was the dessert as we ...
... teabag....bother it was lemon tea. So whipped it out and used teabag number 2 (you may detect the increasing panic in my blog as I get to teabag 8, my final one). Into town for a strange supper purchase (see pic). Was going to eat with them but they seem to be eating now (6pm). I'd better get on or I'll find they've turned all the lights out and gone to bed. Think of me tomorrow but apparently the albergue I'll be staying in is the best on the trip. Much love to ...
... Spain where he is now a craft baker. Yet another interesting person to add to the list. Today, our 83rd since leaving home, is forecast to be a hot one in the 30's, so we are staying put to catch up on chores and chill with a steak dinner and a bottle of red. No doubt the local beaches and Cudillero itself will be heaving with people so we are content to relax as we near the final stop in mainland Europe - the Picos de ...