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We were the last ones to leave the albuergue and we quickly found out why...others were getting up early and to arrive at albergues by noon to get in line for beds, The pilgrim numbers have increased 10-fold. We were expecting the crowds at the albergues and the lack of beds, but we didn't anticipate the impact on the bars/restaurants and bathrooms! At our morning coffee stop, the women's bathroom line included about 15 women. We haven't seen any ...
... us with the info that 78 % only use the single walking stick. Off we headed up the stairs of the old town nearly 100 well it seemed that many I was rooted when we reached the top and didn't fully recover for at least half a km .Rohan wasn't to bad so he took the lead and the first stage of the Camino was underway. Weather was good as we climbed from the valley up the steep inclines and climbed and climbed ,pretty slow at this point because we also had to remember to ...
Vilcha to Portos - 21.8 kms Again being in a dorm with a group of 8, someone has to get up early and get the group going. Not sure who left first, but it was around 4.30 am again. Come 6am, it was lights on and let's get started. We were gone by 6.30 and headed out into a thick fog. It was a bit surreal not being able to see more than 500 metres or so in front of you. We walked in Portomarin over the bridge and lake - amazing with ...
... by a salad with cheese and fresh tomatoes, corn and pimentos. Then we had spaghetti carbonara with bread . Dessert was natilla. Afterwards there was a birthday cake for one of the French pilgrims. Everyone joined in with the singing. I sat near a young Spaniard who was biking the Camino.
I think I slept most of the night for the first time since we have been in the albergues. When you are bunking with several other people there is usually somebody who ...
... had the point of Cruz de Ferro. Thus is a cross around which people have left stones in the memory of loved ones. This mound is now significant to say the least! As it turned out, we managed to arrive at Cruz de Ferro at 11am on the 11th just in time for a minute of silence for Remembrance Day. As at the time I was walking with another Aussie and a Canadian we couldn't have planned it better if we had tried. So yes, there is now another stone on the pile at Cruz de Ferro that ...