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Day 31. I left Palas de Rei at 6am with my early morning Aussie friends. Today's walk will be 20 miles to the town of Arzua. The way today is a path that crosses river valleys into heavy woods of oak and chestnut trees ("chestnuts, get your chestnuts here"; Christmas Loft in NC). Then it passes through eucalyptus trees which were imported to fuel the pulp industry. I pass through the large town of Melide (pop: 7,500) another ...
... afterward I saw BEAUTIFUL flowers- my God wink.
After heading back out I bumped into three girls from Poland. Didn't understand a word they said. When we ran across a stream and they motioned lets soak our feet~ I showed all the bandages on my feet and said I had no more. They each pulled enough bandages out of their bags so I could wade with them. Again guardian angels. When they continued on I decided to ...
... in a later entry.Although the walk was tough it was quite spectacular and I loved it.There wasn't too much of historical interest along the way but more so a chance for me to enjoy the view and know that I had accommodation and soon I would literally be on the downhill run. This was so both in relation to the geography and also due to me commencing the last week of El Camino; for including today's walk, should everything go to plan, then it ...
... the last hilltop before the outskirts of Santiago. Afterwards, treated to a final lunch in an wonderful tapas restaurant enjoying freshly carved meats ( Jamin, Chirizo, Prosciutto) and local cheeses, and Galician specialty- seafood croquettes. All washed down with endless complimentary bottles of Vino Blanco & Vino Tinto. Feeling much warmer, well nourished and in good humour, we all ...
... I was, completely confident in my role as a pilgrim. Such a change. We exchanged contact info, and he was off. He plans to do his next Camino from Grenada, and promises to tell me how it is. About 15 mins after he left, there was a slight break on the weather, and I ran home. Dried off, and fell asleep to the sound of the ocean. Ahhhhh.... Tomorrow - off to see the end of the world! Stats: Start: Cee, Spain (8:45am) End: finisterre, Spain (1pm) Miles: ...