Hotel Balneario Guitiriz
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... that the most annoying thing is now the noise and chatter; you can hear groups of 6 to 15 or so people from 5oo metres away and the peaceful ambiance that was shared between solo and a few couples along the Camino is no longer there. I remember walking with Stuart or Andy and Gerry and we would go for a kilometre without speaking and nobody was flapping the gums for the sake of it.
The last two days haven't been too bad as with my delay ...
... cruis'n around), fields of grain, and lots of gardens. We could certainly recognize the potatoes ... but other crops were less familiar to us. One looked like it could have been broccolli, but given that we haven't seen broccoli since arriving in Europe, the crop was likely something else.
My guidebook has this to say about today's Camino. "This is rural Galicia at her best; wet and green with the sweet smell and squelch of liquid cow dung underfoot." I have to ...
... So we set off brimming with enthusiasm looking resplendent in our previously untried Gortex wet- weather gear! We powered out of town only to be confronted with a 300m challenging hill, which after powering to the top, we were tearing off our sweaty Macs. And so the next few hours continued with walking / spitting rainf/ pulling rain gear on again and off again. The rain gear works well but as soon as ...
After 18 hours of trains, planes, trains and feet we arrived in Sarria last night. A good nights sleep and we we're off this morning... Sunshine, no heat, a couple of cafe con Leche's and we were off to Portomarin So many memories flood back from last year, while so many new memories are made! Arrived in Portomarin before the impending rain... A good day! Buen ...
... intake, although more than we would eat at home, was not sufficient to cover our daily walks, carrying 12kg packs (Syd weighs only 58kg and Val about 62kg, so the packs were relatively heavy when compared to our body weight, and we are both well over 60).
The bridges (Roman, medieval and modern) at Portomarin are amazing, the water being low enough to expose the roman bridge remains and submerged houses. After walking across the ...