Hotel Balneario Guitiriz
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... tuna piled on top they look really basic but hey are always crisp, cold and fresh and delicious! After 25km, John has a newfound respect for. My 500 km achievement so far! He's a little weary tonight and somewhat daunted by tomorrow's 29km! Tonight we are staying in cabins outside Paiais de Rei. Sylvia and Ann are also staying here tonight so it was food to have a drink and a catch up with them. Sylvia is back into her walking shoes after her terrible infection and enjoying ...
Our hosts left out breakfast fixings of muesli and cafe con leche. We packed up and headed out in a light drizzle. We were expecting big numbers for most of the day. We've seen lots of new faces, including Jocelyn from Georgia who lives in Seattle. She started in Lourdes, France, about a week before us. For the most part, the crowds were not an issue. We hit the 100k mark, this distance is the minimum required to earn ...
... by an artist.... They were having the time of their life's in the kitchen.. It was so good, I ordered the second course again for an encore... Never done that before...what a great tip Manolo gave me. Yesterday was an absolutely splendid day for total relaxation in Portomarin. I had a hotel right at the plaza...I cruised between laying in bed listening to the rain and hanging under the veranda watching people, having a meal and catching up,with people ...
... trail has become a highway!!! Not literally just in the numbers of people out here walking. Sarría is the starting point for many meaning some people were on their first day of walking. Hard to imagine. We finished the day downhill to a big river. It's become a running joke that Spain must call creeks rivers as every little ripple of water we pass has a "river" sign next to it. Today we saw ...
... a change in the type of "pilgrims". From Sarria on there are more and more walkers that only carry small packs. They send their suitcases or heavier packs by taxi or van! Sylvia calls them "tricheurs" (cheaters!). We met an old man in his 90s and chatted with him for a bit. He told me he had been stationed in Santiago in 1946 and that there were 225 soldiers housed in a building near the cathedral. He then said we should stay in the original part of the ...