Hotel Balneario Guitiriz
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... different things, the ostrich wasn't walking a guy with a burro. Speaking of things on good authority a lady informed me of how sterile urine is after seeing my hand sanitizer hanging from my back pack. I'm sticking with the hand sanitizer. We passed the 100 km marker today. But we also passed the 103 km marker many times, so I'm pretty sure we must be at about 1000 km now. Tonight we are in Ventas de Naron, 3 days out from Santiago not that we are counting!! Peace - ...
Monday May 25. Ferrerios to Portomarin to Ventas de Naron.
Another beautiful blue sky day....how fortunate are we!!!!
Set off from our Albergue around 7.30am, and will stop for brekky along the way....this is such a rich farming area, soil is heavy with cow dung! Wish I had soil like this at home!!! (Minus the smell!!!!!)
Their veggies are growing so vigorously & lush, nothing like mine!!!
Most of the walk today was along tree lined roads, ...
... this was a scam. We told the man we were sorry, but we were looking for a bank ourselves (which was true) and didn't have any bills to spare (we had a single 50Euro note ... our last). He replied, "What, you couldn't find a bank In Sarria?" Kind of a snotty thing to say, and he said it in kind of a snotty tone. I reached into my pocket and found 1.20 in Euro coins and I handed them to him. He looked annoyed. If he was in genuine need, I'm sure he would have been pleased ...
We begun from the Alfonso hotel and across the bridge where the incline rose but with walking poles mastered we quickly conquered that ant hill? We passed the monastery- Santa magdalene, where mass had been said the previous evening and of course the obligatory Passport stamp was branded in our books . Is this a stamp competition or a pilgrimage? Definitely a pilgrimage because who would put themselves through this pain for a bunch of stamps. The stamps prove to us pilgrims that ...
... blisters from the first day of walking. Poor man! He said he had never done anything like this before, that his sister persuaded him to do it and that he was very poorly prepared. I offered some of my duct tape.
Today you will see various examples of Horreos which is the name given to their storage bins for corn. I also included a sign giving an explanation well beyond what one needs to know, but it is in English, so there it ...