Celuisma Rias Altas
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... I want to carry on walking for four more days to reach the Atlantic Coast, which for me represents the real journey's end. The walk today was largely uneventful through forests of eucalyptus plantations, along roads and tracks. Good conversations with my Camino group including insights into Buddhist teachings from Stuart, the English monk. Tomorrow will be the big ...
... When the thrusters hit full throttle, the entire ship began to shake. We were on the 12th deck, and we SHOOK. It felt like 6.8 on the Richter scale…the shaking lasted a good long while. Ah, memories (YEAH RIGHT)! Some shaking I’d like to forget thank you very much!!
The weather has been spectacular up until today. We’ve had some fog but every day the sun has managed to make its way high into the ...
... reviews on TA and in food magazines. Occurro da parra presented yummy traditional small servings, but the best was Pedro Rocca where my lobster with haricot beans and raspberry and yoghurt cake was TDF (to die for)! Of course we had to taste the traditional tarte de Santigao, which is a coarse almond cake with the cross of St James on the top. I will forget about the one bad waiter, in a cafe in one of the busier streets, who as soon as we realised we didn't ...
... churizo sausage and chips with a glass of beer. All for the princely sum of €4.00. "We" means Kym, Kate (Oxford) and now Chris. Chris is a Radiologist from Melbourne whose specialty is in the field of breast cancer research. He is a very interesting man and has a great sense of humour, doesn't take himself too seriously. Unlike his work which he obviously does take seriously. We talked about a whole range of things as we walked and he confirmed that I sound as though I ...
... in Santiago. While we were hiking an Irish cyclist had a heart attack and died near the top of the highest point , O Cebreiro. Eighth, the Camino attracts hikers from all over the world. We met people from Belgium, France, Australia, Norway, South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, England, Ireland, Scotland, Gernany, Poland, Italy, Canada and Austria. Several had hiked the Camino several times . Things I brought that were very useful: my fleece, my buff, Crocs, rain jacket ...