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We safely arrived at Vigo, our final port of call, at around 9am local time. (The pilots were embarked at around 8am). The people of Vigo really made Britannia's maiden call special, which is more than what can be said for some of the crew, namely Jamie an Entertainment Officer, Cristian from shops and Neil Oliver, the Entertainment Manager. We had an awesome time ashore as we went on a shore excursion. ...
Woke up with my headache hanging on. Seems quite cool this morning so
we both had a shower and some breakfast. Sue checked the tip of the campsite to
see what birdlife there is while I sit typing away on my blog. Still not
feeling 100% so might finish my cup of tea and have an hour. After a little
snoozet we headed into town along the beach path which again has a ...
We made our way to Redondela, with a steep climb and then downhill to Redondela. The albergue is a well restored, 16th century manor tower house, which also houses a library and an art exposition hall. Two young ladies arrived at the albergue hopping to find Suzanne and Andre. One ...
The hiking trail in Spain appears to be quite different than that in Portugal. Most of today's trail followed quiet country roads, train tracks and through an industrial park for about 4 km. We encountered several groups of military walking the trail. The albergue in ...
... into the fortress city of Valenca, Portugal, built on the edge of the rio Minho. Across the river into Spain is the medieval town of Tui. We made our way to the albergue in a restored stone building just below the Romanesque cathedral de Santa Maria dating from ...