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... my stuff, and headed out to explore Muxia.
The pictures will definitely NOT do this place justice.
It was short walk through town along a stone path to get to the ocean point - it just kind of pops you out at the end with an amazing panoramic view of the entire area and down to the ocean. If a place can have a soul, this one definitely does. There is such a strong feeling at this location, that as ...
... into Santiago we had to walk several km into the old part of town. We finally got to St. James Cathedral and tried to go in for mass. A security guard turned us away because no backpacks are allowed inside. That was rather disappointing. You would think something like that would be in the guidebook or that there would be a bag check near the entrance. I still have a few days that I can catch mass, but I feel sorry for those that ...
... take it slow and easy. He uses his bronchodilator. There seemed to be fewer TAXIGRINOS on the route today. Lots of large eucalyptus groves and large trees. The bark of the eucalyptus sheds off as the tree grows so the trail in places is covered with eucalyptus bark. I had a question answered I has been wondering about since Portomarin. One of the pilgrims I met last night at our albergue told me that Pilgrims are not charged ...
... through farms, forests, and over several brooks. The afternoon was a quiet (shhhhh) walk, with very little talking, because the rain finally caught up with us. It was very gentle at first, but before long it became a windy, whipping, hard driving rain. Our ponchos were awesome, but they just poured the rain down onto our pants and into our boots. Even without the poncho rain runoff, the path turned into streams where at times, even the highest rocks were ...
... the teeny tiny beach for a while, but Laura didn't like the sand and I didn't like the loud DJ, so we were only delighted to head off to the tip of the headland for sunset. There's a 9km round walk you can do, which we decided not to do in the dark, but the main road is the first part of the route anyway, and despite the local and tourist cars (seasides, omg) it was nice to be doing something normal again. Except without backpacks, or my camera which ...