Balneario de Compostela
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Yvonna and I choofed off in our little pale yellow Panda - me & pale yellow cars - guess it just goes so well with ocelot!!! She drove and I navigated and drove this most beautiful ocean road through fishing villages ( which is not what one sees when walking there). Arriving at the lighthouse at Finisterre took a bit of adjusting. First we couldn't work our reverse and nearly went over a cliff in trying to turn around...yes we are ...
... the supermarket wide eyed, they're so fascinating, full of cheeses and chorizo and local goodies as well as a small selection of canned and packaged goods. The path after Melide went up and down and over rivers, and Eucalyptus trees made an appearance! The smell of the eucalyptus was such a lovely antidote to the smell of cow ****, and reminded me of home. The walking was lovely, like this almost to Castaneda where we were staying, and it was ...
... the chemicals, agreed to wash his clothes but charged Michael about three times the normal rate. We hope that does the trick. Renee has three bites on her face and a few on her arms but we think they may be spider bites. Before we left home we treated everything with Pemetherin including our sheets. Looks like we may indeed avoid the dreaded bedbug. With a busy afternoon helping Michael it was dinner and off to bed...not even a lullaby on the ...
... well into the 30s and a stop at the petrol station brought lollies as well as water. We're really disappointed in Arzua, it's a small town but is poor on eating places so the supermarket was mobbed with people buying things to prepare themselves. We managed to get some salad and a pizza down a side street before heading to bed, once again before 10. Tomorrow could be Santiago day... There's only 37km to go, that's less than a ...
... in Galicia. The legend says that after St. James was beheaded, his followers retrieved his body and made it to the beaches nearby to Santiago de Compostela. His body was covered with scallop shells. His body is said to be buried in the cathedral in Santiago. St. James and his brother St. John were both present at the Last Supper and very close to Jesus.
I just was able to download pictures for yesterday's post. Look at The Collector of Smiles and Marga and Carmen.