Hesperia Isla la Toja
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... is 90 kms and is certainly not a stroll as there are some steep gradients and hilly sections to get over. Some of the steepest climbs since the Pyrenees present a lunchtime physical challenge but what goes up has to come down eventually! We saw herons on the banks of the swollen rivers. It is very green here and is an area which gets a lot of rain. ...
We were on the Camino by 4:45am, our earliest start and with all 4 of us! We had about 7 miles to go to Santiago. We expected big crowds so we hoped to be ahead of them. The morning was beautiful. We walked by the light of a 3/4 moon and our headlamps. Lucia helped us get some breakfast foods ready the night before. Each of us shared a reflection as we walked into Santiago: what are 3 things you need in your backpack to carry the Camino back to regular life? Focus on the smile ...
... all night. At 4 am I looked out my balcony and it was still going. I waiting for the first light to, slip out of the city and find my way back in nature . A pack ,of bikers raced in just as I was leaving. Cities tend to be poorly marked but I just kept going... After about a half hour I saw a guy with a backpack, dragging his feet and looked like maybe he had stayed up late.. Of course the mind wants to,describe as fast as it sees something. ...
After breakfast at the auberge, the morning was forecast 100% for rain. It rained steady most of the morning which meant keeping my head down under my rain hood, periodically lifting to see if there was a yellow arrow to follow. On one occasion I lifted my head and followed another peregrino until 2 ladies returning on the path said that they and we had mistakenly missed the turn. They had gone up the road about ...
... and all the burn eucalyptus forest that we saw alight last week. The extent of the fire was huge. Acres and acres of burnt hillside but many of the trees are scorched to a dry beige colour, their leaves falling onto the black sooty earth standing out above all else. We have now reached the Ila de Arousa and are parked by the end of the causeway. We plan to stay here although it is not an aire, surrounded by water and smelling of the ...