Hotel de Naturaleza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Logoso to Cee The sight of the sea as I came over the hill through the forest was exhilarating. I have been walking for over six weeks and to see the sea at Cee is an amazing visual experience - a real wow factor! In the distance, I could also see the finger of land called Fisterra and the lighthouse at the very edge of ...
... person who got off the bus in Cee (all others going on to Finisterre), and the temp by the sea was at least 20 degrees cooler, and there were gale force winds. Wish I wouldn't have "donated" that last pair of longer pants!!
I had hotel reservations at a perfectly fine place. Queen bed, private bath, tv, etc. Checked in, sat on the bed, and decided to go for a quick walk. On the next block, I passed by an albergue (it wasn't in my book, so ...
... with them. It was too far in the distance to tell who was on the ground and who was standing because they were both wearing similar colour clothes, but I knew it was Cheryl and Maria. We waited for them, and found out it was Maria. With appropriate first aid applied we were all confident she was okay to continue the walk. This part of the walk took us through the moors. I was slightly disappointed because I expected it to be like Dartmoor; it ...
... to her feet. I discover she has hot spots on her right heel and is taping them to prevent blisters so I offer her some Hikers Wool and help her to get it in place on the sore spots while she pulls her socks on. A fiddly job but we get it done and it will help her avoid those blisters. I feel a bit like Florence Nightingale today. lol We continue on to the Ermita and the waters are flowing and easing to access. I take my shoes and socks off ...
... after much deliberation turn back to a road we see leads to a dead centre and up to a village which we are sure is A Picota (it was) so means we were right all along just the damned distances on the mud map are clearly whacked. Says we've come 8km in 3 hours. Think not! We travel better than that.
Stop for the much needed coffee and food break and get a cab to take us 10km of bitumen to Hospital near where the road splits and you have ...