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... 8364;30. The walls are three feet thick.
Mick is even more chuffed when we ask for a beer and get a monstrous 6.5% ale similar in taste to the lovely Belgian monastery beers.
Later a group of eight English bikers show up. We recognise them from the ferry trip. They are on the way to Portugal via the back roads. A long alcohol fuelled night ensues. ...
Woke up around 10ish, we were absolutely shattered and had slept like babies, then breakfast, today was Scrambled Eggs and Chives with Fried Ham on Toast - Muy Bien ! While Tracey made herself beautiful I ventured 250 mtrs down the road to the local supermarket and wandered around aimlessly like a kid in Hamleys - 12 bottles of Beer £3.50, a free range corn fed chicken (whole) £4.00, bottles of Red Wine from 90p - I was in heaven, I bought bread, milk ...
Leaving a little late due to sleeping and maintenance but good job we checked as fan belt was about to go so we had to quickly change it before heading out. Good job done as we had a long slog around the headland of Espasante with wind and waves on the nose. Originally thought we would get to Gijon but decided to call it a day at 8pm as seas had still not calmed down and wind still blowing so ducked into little town called Viveiro with ...
... wasn't a safety mechanism. No margin for error and not a chance in hell of a corrective move.
But scenery............spectacular. Took us until around 3pm to hit the coast. Lunch in the mountains. Saw lots of villages below and passed through a lot of small villages. Lots of rocky places, large pines and spectacular gorges and rivers. Very few places to get off and have a look but took the opportunities while ...
... on part of the Camino each year.
The final 5 km of the day were downhill over a very rocky path. It was ******* the knees and I am glad I am settled for the night in Acebo, another mountain village. The recent popularity of the Camino has given these small villages a huge economic boost. They are practically abandoned, except for the services for the pilgrims. These are possibly the communities featured in ...