Husa Galicia Palace
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Still raining when we woke again, it really is a depressing place this in the rain, but according to the never get it wrong weathermen tomorrow we can escape this place. We are Baiona'd out and will be so glad to move on, looking back we could have stayed in Combarro which was a lot nicer and cheaper - but hey ho, onwards and downwards. We filled the tanks, the passage plan is in place then it ...
Woke up to yet more wind and rain again this morning, it's getting a bit boring now we wish it would swing round to the North and give us a break. We will have been in Bayonna a week tomorrow and that's plenty, we're hoping Portugal has more favourable weather. It is a shame really because the North of Spain is really stunning, they just have ****** weather more often than ...
... not there and wouldn’t be back for another three hours – at least, we think that is what she was saying. Headed back to the house and tried hosts’ numbers again then contacted Airbnb to see if they could help resolve it for us. When we got through to Airbnb, the messages were all in Spanish but we figured out it was press "1" for this, "2" for that and so on. When we finally got through to “4”, we got a warm body who spoke ...
... Rock statue just outside town, it was one hell of a climb, we went right to the top where you can look out over the bay. You stand on this little ledge with only a small railing and it's well scary in the wind we've had today. The rest of the day I think we've spent eating and not really doing a lot - for lunch we had Warm Beetroot and Cherry Tomato Salad in a Balsamic ...
... They said that they are taking a detour off the main path again tomorrow - following what is called "the spiritual way", which is said to be the route that they took with St. James' remains, and is very secluded and beautiful. They asked me to come along. It will add one day to my journey, but I would enjoy the solitude (oh, and there's a boat ride at the end to bring you back to the main route in Padron, which would be fun!), and this route also counts for the Compestela ...