Husa Galicia Palace
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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As soon as we awoke this morning I jumped in She's rucksack, snuggled up for the day. I could hear them two cussing as they paddled on muddy paths and roads with lorries soaking them through. 12 miserable kilometres crawled like bedraggled rats into a pension, all I can say is it is dry, everything including me is sopping wet. Three pathetic ...
A brisk walk took us to the high point of Vigo. The Castro complex at the top of the hill overlooking the Ria de Vigo.
The views are great and you can imagine the great sea battles of yesteryear with canon balls being shot at the galleons below.
There is also the remains of where ...
... Jimmy suddenly got energetic, either the Mexican compliments or overdose of ibuprofen and set off at an alarming pace. Me and She meandered along, playing with the Salamanders and picking conkers, the usual madness. With every intention of having a short walk we found nothing open until Padron, where we booked in a 3:30 foot sore and weary not to mention sopping ...
... arriving in Santiago, and so excited to see it again. Others anticipating what they will experience when they arrive there for the first time. I have no preconceived notions of what lies ahead, but am very much looking forward to it, and anticipating what special significance it will hold for me. I enjoyed dinner with the "pack" I mentioned yesterday, and we had a great walk around Pontevedra after dinner. It is a very large and bustling city. It was actually too much ...
... it looks. They head back to the safety of the pond and practice paddling and standing up, playing games that help with balance with Havi and a few other students. Molly and I take turns heading out in to the surf. The waves here are small, but better than most anything we saw in Costa Rica and give us plenty of chances to ride. Mostly, we practice timing, paddling, and getting onto the wave riding into the beach boogie board style. I manage to get up on my feet twice, but it was late ...