Hotel de Naturaleza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we attended mass and, indeed, the Botafumeiro was swung! It took five men to accomplish the feat and was well worth the wait. After mass we had dinner with the same good friends we've been hanging out with and ran into Craig (Australia), Charmaine and Noel (Denver) whom we haven't seen for several weeks. We refer to people who were on the trail at the same time we were as our "Camino Family". We will definitely remain in touch with some of these ...
This morning I will leave Santiago and head out on the "Finisterre Way" (my previous route was the "Portuguese Way"). This is a loop that leaves Santiago and heads west to the sea with the 2 main destinations being Finisterre (fin-eh-STAIR-ah) and Muxia (moo-SHE-ah). It is a loop where the first 2 and last 2 days are the same, and pilgrims choose to do them in either order from Santiago. It takes a full 7-9 days of walking, and most pilgrims opt for the ...
... kms in 35 degree heat it was going to be an arduous day; my body hadn't recovered sufficiently and my mental state was, well as I just said, melancholic. Cheryl, Maria and I set out in there early ironing sunshine, such a beautiful day and the forecast mid twenties temperature meant we were in for a cooler day. We walked across a bridge where I sat for a few minutes watching the water flow under. I caught up to the girls in Logoso where we had a quick ...
... we stop for a bottle of water and a toilet break. Continuing on, we reach Hospital where there is a Cafe where we sit for a while and have a cold drink and a banana. It is the last place to buy food or drink until we get to Cee. I buy a Bocadillo was cheese and tomato to take in my backpack for later on. At this stop, I meet Yasmin who is an Aussie from Sydney. A Navy girl who has been in for 16 years. We cross paths a few times across ...
... days that 40 people can have access to 2 dunnies and 2 showers between them and there is never a queue. How does that work when the average family can't manage the same with only four people in the house?
Easy out of town up bitumen! Grrrr! Hit this old village with the most ancient of granaries I've ever seen. Laid granite on cut granite stone. Wow! Really old. Went to take some closer up pictures at one of them but nearly got eaten by ...