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Travel Blogs from Pontevedra
... by the people I meet, which is why I like Vigo. I shared time with interesting people who opened their life to me a little, getting below the surface I discovered, a bagpipe player, a cafe racer, an Argentinian who happily shared the joke when I explained that we (the English) have a little place down there too. I learnt about personal difficulties in life and what motivates people to keep moving forward. I made genuine friends here, I like ...
... ve know as we don't like other peppercorns either.
For our mains, we had roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, it was very nice!
For dessert, I had pecan tart, which was ok, but a bit dry and Graeme had trifle, which he says was great.
There was a big sing-a-long on the Royal Promenade tonight called Brit rock! IT seemed nice! but you had to get there early to have anywhere to sit or stand. We didn't, so we went to the hot tub. Very ...
... roasted duck breast. We were both very happy with our mains. Graeme had cheese cake with a strawberry compote and I had a dark chocolate soufflé. Graeme was happy with his, mine was kind of meh.
Before going to our show, we popped up to the arcade. I made it to the second junior level on Ms Pac Man. Awesome!
The Beatles show after dinner was nice. They covered most of the hits. They couldn't
do everything in an hour though, obviously! ...
... rising above the main altar. The pilgrims are allowed to kiss the saint's mantle via a narrow passage behind the altar, hence the queue. We didn't fancy queuing so didn't see the statue or do any kissing.
We headed back to Ruby and drove south to a campsite at Paxarina. I had read that campsites near the sea tend to have very small pitches. I can confirm that this is true. Our site has a beautiful sea view so it's worth the cramped conditions.
We did two day trips from Santiago: one to A Coruña and the other to Pontevedra.
A Coruña is a big commercial centre north of Santiago. Everyone was on holiday we think; it was deserted. There were lots of empty shops and buildings with for lease or for sale signs on them so we think the financial crisis has reached this town.
Just when we thought ...