Balneario de Compostela
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Santiago de Compostela to Negreira After a pleasant rest day and sadly saying farewell to Alan and Sherry and to Jim and Dave who have all been great companions, it is time to join the Camino again. This morning before setting off, I bumped into a 12 year old English boy who had just walked the Camino with his Mum -unbelievable! The final leg of my journey ...
... not the sort of leather stuff you are thinking of! I also need to find out where the main post office is to organise for the mailing home of some smelly and unnecessary walking gear. I think i am going to send this to Noel and Carol's place as we wont be home. however, Noel, Carol, dont panic guys, there wont be any undies in there. These will either be sacrificed in some pagan ritual or disposed in a manner that is compliant with Spain's EPA laws for ...
... in Finesterre at the same sort of time. The second thing i would like to comment on is why i like living where i do. I hadn't given it enough credit as to why i like driving or riding over the hill street crest into sleepy little emu park on a saturday morning. This place had a lot of happy memories for me when i was a kid and i don't now whether it was by accident or by subconscious intent that i ended up living down there. But either way i am happy ...
... into town and it was a bit hard getting them to concentrate on finding the albergue in the last five minutes of the match. Warren just kept walking. A bad thing for a guy with a self-professed bad sense of direction.
We had a great meal at a large albergue that seemed overrun by young people doing the last 100km. For us, we are down to 52km which we keep pinching ourselves about.
Again, we are very lucky to be off the Brierley book as all ...
A strange title as the day of arrival in Santiago approaches, do you think?
Before I left Australia I received some very helpful advice in regard to foot care. Blisters can cripple one. Within five days of starting two of my fellow companions of the way developed severe and extensive blisters on most toes and the balls of the feet. Infection followed the
application of the needle and thread solution, a visit to a doctor led to antibiotic for both and ...