Hotel San Carlos
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... toward Santiago through forests that are reminiscent of home :) Cheryl caught up to me midway up a hill because I'd stopped to take off my jacket; it was quite humid. We continued walking to San Payo where we stopped for a sit down, loo break and sugar fix. A Kit Kat has become a regular feature of my day and I would never eat them at home! We chatted to a French man who was smoking a pipe about his Camino; he was probably in his late 60s and just taking his ...
... and hopefully because it's a weekend I get to see them all!
See some funny sights here as some of you have seen and today I add a pick for you of meat delivery at the local deli. Imagine trying to do that on Oz! And as you can see from the pics it was raining today. We've been blessed with such good weather. Galicia averages 300 days of rain a year so shut up and pray for it to be good shortly.
Did a late wander and went back to the cafe ...
... Billy' if you please!) and the only other option was too expensive for the lack of dinner, breakfast, or heat on offer for the price given that I was within an hour and a quarter walk of comparatively many options in Triacastela. One friend told me that upon entering Galicia I would now enjoy some of the most beautiful scenery of the entire walk. I must admit it has been absolutely delightful, enhanced by unexpectedly generally sunny weather the whole way (Galicia is ...
... that return time and time again to walk the Camino. For Tammy and I we have had an amazing experience, but now that it is complete, we don't feel the need to return but to take the lessons we have learned and apply them when we get home. Only God knows where our next adventure will take us. My blog posts are now complete. Tammy and I will be taking some "us" time in Santiago and Paris before returning home next Wednesday. I'm signing off with my new tag line. Live like a ...
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