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 ...
... We're so happy to have our tent, so we can take our time and not stress about where we will sleep for the night. The way continues to surprise us with its sites and sounds and in the hill country, of course, the smells! We walked to Portomarín, about a 26k/15.5mile day. We arrived at 5:30pm to find most albergues full. We asked about our tent at one and the woman showed us a small patch of grass next to ...
... met along the way.... My body really appreciated that day of rest . I was up,at 4:30 and ready to go at . 5:30...the only issue is that there is no light till 6:40... We all knew it was going to rain so we wanted to get a jump start on the day before the rain came .a lot more people walking, so there were flashlights lighting up the street... As I walked down the street ... I saw two people were sleeping in bags under a veranda at a store front.... Hmmm ...
Sarria to Portomarin 23 kilometers
We began the Camino under beautiful sunny, blue skies. The weather has been cooperating. We walked through wooded forests, sometimes at steep inclines. Leg muscles complained but complied. The Camino took us through country roads and farming communities. The walk should take about 6 hours but it took us 8. Silly us had planned to walk for an hour, rest and continue but ...
... her to think I was a 'tourgrino', probably because it comes with an element of stigma?
So many people on the path...they were everywhere and there was no space for quiet or contemplative reflection, only space for chatter and laughter, and in the case of one woman, cheering every 10 minutes...
A steep path up to Barbadelo and continued up to Morgade and Ferrios. The balmy morning was turning cooler and before I knew it rain was falling followed ...