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Travel Blogs from Vilagarcia de Arousa
... to shop and eat at an American style restaurant. We are happy to tag along as the mall is very close. After a few shops have been visited, the group heads for the restaurant. It looks like a cross between Planet Hollywood and TGIF. But the beer was cold, American style food on the menu and the food was decent. Top it off with a banana split for Nick and Blue. We had an ice cream covered warm cookie. It was quite good. After dinner, we head back to ...
... to pilgrims and not much more. No shopping centers, no banks and no tourists (besides the hundreds of pilgrims, of course). It felt like we were cycling through medieval times, as we were following our little map to our next night's accommodation and I was fully prepared for that sword-wielding knight around the next corner. One day in particular has to be elaborated on - day 3. This is because Day 3 involved a 13km long uphill. Not a ...
... on our journey
the guide on our intersections
the strengthening during fatigue
the fortress during danger
the resource on our itinerary
the shadow in our heat
the lightness in our darkness
the consolation during dejection
and the power of our intention
so that we under your guidance, safely and unhurt, may reach the end ...
... when St James appeared on a white horse, rode into the fray and turned the tide in the Christians favour. The day was won. King Ramiros 1 of Asturia was convinced the victory was thanks to the intervention of the apostle, who was then portrayed in a new role of St James the Moor slayer. It is as such that he appears on many murals and sculptures, although it is currently regarded as politically incorrect. To show his gratitude, the king ordered ...
When I woke at 5 am my first thought was " nooooooo I cannot walk another 48 km or so today!!!!! I am going to stay in bed and catch a taxi.....I don't care anymore!!!!,
Anyway, someone in the room got up at 5.30 am so I thought may as well get up too and get going so I was out the door at 6 am..still not 100 percent sure of my plan of where I would sleep tonight ( and as I walked many plans were made and ...