Husa Galicia Palace
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... of nights then moved further north to Ria de Arosa, A Pobra do Caramiņal.
The area has a fantastic coastline and some beautiful unspoilt towns and beaches. This is nothing like the Costa Del Sol or Costa Blanca.
Although the days are still hot the night time temps are getting down to below 20C which makes sleeping more comfortable. The sea temperature is a lot colder here but a lot more refreshing when you need to cool ...
... 36 degrees at peak and the beer from last night was coming out through my forehead at an alarming rate.
If you are an engineer you would love Porto because the river is crossed about 8 tomes by bridges towering above the waterway the oldest from 1886 to a relatively new modern structure.
Be aware Porto is very much a tourist hotspot, so if you dislike that stay away. However I put my dislike for cities aside and thoroughly enjoyed ...
... fortunate to have enjoyed significant encounters with many of them. It is an absolute luxury to spend one's day just walking. Despite the heat or wind, or even rain (which we managed to avoid), the opportunity to be in nature and enjoy the beauty of the world around us is a gift. When we walked the Camino Frances we met many people and developed a wonderful friendship with a dozen or more pilgrims. As I have said ...
... did an experiment seven or eight years ago. They put a violinist in a busy metro station and asked him to play very difficult and beautiful classical music, dressed in a t-shirt and jeans, wearing a baseball cap. In the 20 minutes he played, they counted over 1200 people who passed by without even noticing him. Only three or four people stopped to listen. As you may have guessed, the violinist was one of the greatest violinists in the world today - Joshua ...
... 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 ...