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... loft. I should
have know there wqas very little likelihood of getting an evening meal
in such a small village at this time of year. But just in case I headed
out into the rain, wind and darkening streets to make sure. On my return
I was frozen and the heater in my room was barely warm - in the morning
after cranking away all night it had barely reached 18 degrees. I
wasn't too worried because I expected to have a hot shower and hop
straight into bed ...
... it came to the guy ropes. i couldn't figure it out. how do these things work i wondered, and wondered and wondered. luckily i found out i had internet access at campsite for free so googled guy ropes, nothing matched my search which was "help, how do guy ropes work, its going dark".
OK, so here is where i confess, i think i must have been dehydrated or severly starved as i soon realised that all i had to do was actually tie one end of ...
... or food outlets so we had to walk over a km up a hill to get some takeaway pizzas for dinner. By this time on the camino a bottle of wine with dinner was obligatory so that was also added to the takeaway list. We headed to bed early knowing we only had 20km to go to reach Santiago and also knowing the strong new lighting will automatically come on at 6.30 in the ...
... had a quick cafe stop of about 45 minutes and then went to melide for lunch which is famous for its octopus. We had a great restaurant lunch of octopus which was enjoyed by all particularly William and headed off for a quick stroll to our destination of boente in vastly improved weather. We arrived in boente in warm sunshine and had drinks delivered over to us sitting in the sun by the church. ...
The final chapter of Europe has arrived and I am writing this last little entry travelling on the train back to Paris. We unfortunately experienced a significant delay due to a suicide on the rail tracks (takes me back to my TUBE days in London). I always feel so sad about this, as I can never imagine what state you must be in to take ...