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Travel Blogs from Cee
When we'd set off it had been dull and cloudy, but by the time we were past Finisterre there was nothing but bright blue sky and hot sun ahead, proving that the weather really does improve as soon as you round that corner. To add to our delight, a couple of dolphins came to play with us as we were heading towards the ria - they looked like males, as opposed to the females we saw at Camariņas. They didn't stay long, but it really made ...
... though - and while the anchorage here in the Ria de Camariņas is very pretty we won't actually get a chance to see it; we're moving on tomorrow so we can round one of the last Big Bads, Finisterre, which has a fearsome reputation. But we're hoping we'll have picked our day well enough not to have an issue.
And after that it'll be about three weeks in the Rias, all along one 30 mile stretch of coast, which should be very relaxing (and also very sunny).
My second last day of walking this amazing journey...feeling slightly, well I don't know, melancholy perhaps? Having said that I was more ready for this than I was walking into Santiago...I knew it wasn't the end for me and after the AHA moment of the other day it was confirmed. Most people walk from Olveiroa to Finisterre in the one day...a massive 35 kms...instead we were splitting it into two, so today was a short one of 18 kms, although after ...
The feet are feeling pretty good today so Off I go for an 18 km walk to Cee on the Atlantic coast. We commence our uphill climb toward the wind farm (see photos) of which there are many throughout todays trek. At Puente de Logoso, the bridge allows us to see the pool of beautiful clear water that eventually spills over rocks and continues downstream. The town of Logoso has an Albergue that sleeps 20 people (very clean and inviting) and a ...
Up we get brekky in the bar and outta there by 7:20. Plan is a 26km day and we discovered last night that there is an alternative route again taking us past a Castro so aiming for going through on the way. Would love to see another. Learned that the nun party is from Czech Republic last night and it seems that the random walker is a physio with them. Oh please can I have a personal masseuse with me? That would have been awesome! Still amazed after ...
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