Balneario de Compostela
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- Continental Breakfast
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... and other injuries. Here are some wise words from my friend Eric from Amsterdam. He told us the three most important things in life are health, nature and other people. Eric was part of a group of eight who shared a beautiful dinner with us this evening. I believe he may have a point. My good health has allowed us to walk over 500 miles across Spain these past five weeks. I have felt amazing, strong and ...
... 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 ...
... with my heart. The albergue we had initially targetted was likely just on the other side of the climb, but at this point in our day, it was an irrelevant piece of information for my body.
We saw a building on the left, and a bar on the right. D went to check out the building and emerged with "the signal". And guess what, it was our targeted destination for the day. How many times has that been our good fortune!! It was around 4:30 and we got the final ...
... and i got to enjoy my coffee watching the rain. I looked around and saw this was a hotel, it had a bar so i was what you would call in a sweet spot. The rain cleared after a while and i still had a fair bit of walk left in me so i hit the road again. But before i go on - back to last night. The lovely little joint i stayed at had an excellent meal and i was asked by a Scottish gentleman by the of John Knox to join him, his ...
Palas de Rei to Melide 15 km
The Camino today was less than the two previous days. We split the 28 km walk into two days. As we continue on our westward trek, getting closer to Santiago, there are more hamlets and towns along the way.
The husband joined me today and both have several blisters. No pain - no glory! The weather continues to favor us. Sunny blue skies but it is getting kind of hot. It does not get dark until about 10 pm making it hard to get to sleep ...