Hotel Castrum Villae
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... without missing a beat, without relying on vulgarity or bad language – he got a standing ovation at the end of the performance.
Wednesday 10 Sep 14 – Docked in Vigo Spain at about 7am. Another early start at 6:30am to get ready for a shore tour. Thank goodness this is the last organized tour we have paid for – we can make our own arrangements from now on and rise at a reasonable hour, have a civilised breakfast ...
... grocery bag to wear between it and myself on my walk. Not attractive, but effective!
You may think my blog title is about me and my journey. Nope. Wanted to share a story of the place I am staying tonight. So, today was a beautiful day. Really foggy in the morning, which gave way to beautiful blue sky and fluffy white clouds. Was on my way, feeling good (even after yesterday's ascent). I passed by a place with a sign for lunch. I started at 7, and it was 11, so a ...
... keep my knees and ankles from spraining on the uneven surface. Then some swear words started escaping my lips (sorry, Mom ;). At one point, it was so steep, I was close to being on my hands and knees as I feared I would fall backwards with the weight of Bubba on my back - tumbling down the hill.
ANOTHER turn, and another mound of rocks steeper than the last?? Really?? Gentle swear words give way to more of a turrets type syndrome of swearing. Then it ...
... great that the entire town (and tourists) were so excited. There is a fest here tonight - various bands, etc - plan to go early and get to bed for a 6am departure. Tomorrow is the biggest ascent, and it will be a rough one for sure (all of the pilgrims were talking about it). It's only about 12 miles tomorrow, but a straight up 1300 foot ascent in the middle. Going to get rid of more stuff from pack tonight! Start (& end): Ponte de Lima, Portugal 8.64 miles 20375 steps Blisters ...
... someone usually picks it up, which is fun. This town is so pretty, I'm going to take another day to explore tomorrow, then continue the Camino the following day. P.s. For some reason, the "bubba" post did not have all pix first time it was published. Should have them now. Stats: Start: Tamal, Portugal End: Ponte de Lima, Portugal 20.38 miles 48076 steps Blisters - 0!!! (Need to buy stock in moleskin!) Bubba lost more items - getting smaller each ...