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... with some favourites and some I wanted to spit out when I tasted them. Walking past the industrial estate/car yards next to the main road I wanted to spit out, the great big tourist coaches dropping off enormous groups to walk a short way then pick them up I wanted to spit out, but the medieval bridge and coffee stop after pretty shaded walking into Furelos I'll keep. I also wanted more of the walking past Melide, an interesting larger village where ...
... would completely fog up. Half of today's trail was on natural pathways through woodland. Our arrival in Padron was greeted with another flea market. It followed the water front and went on for quite a distance. The albergue was across the medieval bridge, pass the 16th century Fonte do Carme which displays the arrival of the sarcophagus of Saint James with his disciples and adjacent to the 18th century Carmelite ...
We again started with a misty morning that eventually turned to light rain for a few hours. The lush wooded landscape included many different types of trees - eucalyptus, oak, fig, pine, chestnut, poplar. We have left the farming area (although we did help a farmer and his wife move four cows to pasture) and entered into the lumber area. The path appears wider and more developed ...
... tents, long benches, throngs of people, and beer and wine flowing - it reminded me somewhat of Oktoberfest!
I order pulpo and a cerveza, and enjoyed every bit of it!!!
Then, off for a walk around town. Stopped in at the beautiful church on the hill, where they were having mass. I ducked in for a while - it was beautiful. The people here are devoutly religious, and it was a beautiful service (even if I couldn't understand ...
... a psychological thing now that i am this close and i have got the wind in my sails or whether it is the ice. I was trying to crack the 30 k mark which would have put me in the same place as the Canadian guys but i got word on the track that everything ahead of us at that town was booked completely out. One really good aspect in stopping for a quick break at the little pubs and cafes on the way is you get talking to all of the other walkers, most of whom now ...