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... city. Then we decided to do our own thing so I went looking round the old city, checking on the airport bus for tomorrow and buying a few souvenirs. Bumped into many of my fellow pilgrims who were also relaxing in Santiago before either continuing their walk or going home. All met up for lunch (spiced pork, patatas, garlic mushrooms). More walking and then to the Cathedral at 7.30 for mass and ...
Rias Baixas (Bajas in Castilian) is not smoother country than the northern rias. The beaches are calmer, warmer and easier accessible and so beach tourism flourishes here, making it less nature and more resort. Never a moment alone, not even in the shoulder season.
Its most distinct feature are the hórreos, granaries on short granite pillars covered with a round plate to prevent rats from getting to the level ...
So its mothers day today and because we are in a foursome of 3 mothers we had a "lay" day and took the BUS. From Tui to Redondela and then walked the hour to our hotel Anton at Soutoxusto.
Very different to our beautiful Portugal. Bigger, newer, dirtier and less gardens, although we have not hit the camino yet.
Is it money that changes ...
... So good. Galician food is tops on my list! Then something happened that is a first for me. Those that know me well know that I do not watch sports games on TV. But today the Liga Celta of Vigo was playing a soccer match against the Real Madrid. They ended up winning 2-0 and I was cheering them on! We must have stayed in that place for 2 hours! So now it is 11pm and we are back at Christiane's house, packing up for tomorrow's early train ride to Astorga. Time for me to get some ...
It was an easy walk today, only 19 km. maybe we are just getting walking fit, our calves certainly have doubled in size. The camino route wasn't so spectacular today, some beautiful bits as shown in the photos. But we have made it to Spain!!!!!!!!!! Tui is a beautiful old city, nobody speaks English, had a very expensive tapas dinner, not great ...
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