Hotel Río Ulla
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... near the marina. We
got there just before the heavens opened and open they did. The
restaurant is at the bottom of a hill – it was battling to the keep
the rising water from entering. Whilst enjoying our wonderful meal
we watch the drains overflow with the heavy lids lifting and cars try
to maneuverer their way through deep water. Heading back to the
marina we did have to the torrent of ...
... admiring the churches and murals, we happened on to a local market. The market area sold meat, cheese, veggies, fruit, clothes, and cattle. In addition there were large tents with tables and chairs selling food, specifically the Galician dish of Pulpo(octopus with spices). A little chewy, rich, but pretty good. Since saw it was getting stormy we decided to walk no further and take shelter at the Los Blasones alb. ...
... who pass through here, of every nationality, and most of them speak a little English. Anyway, having done the chores, we're ready for dinner at about 7:30pm, we eat and are in bed by 10:30pm to start it all over again the next day.
We didn't really chat to many people today, mainly because of the weather. There didn't seem to be many fools out walking, and those that were, were more intent on putting one foot in front of the other ...
... had and of course now moved to good Sangria country so I leave the boys to the vino Tinto!
Tomorrow's is a slightly longer haul to get past the town of Sarria. This is the official starting place for those who only want to get a compestella. You must walk the last 100kms and Sarria marks the spot just outside of it. around 24kms but of. Purse that is always dependant on whose creaking map you're reading and which alternative route you choose to walk on!
... had invaded the Iberian peninsula all those years before. And just in case you missed the point each king is wielding a massive sword and his foot stands on the head of one of his newly slain Muslims. Yes Mass is offered in the shadow of these statues. But as our guide said that's history- sadly as we know history repeats itself and did some three months ago when a radical Muslim leader literally hacked off the heads of two priests surrounded by cheering supporters- it was ...
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