Corona de Galicia
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... Wow! A little kiss and a few tears. Off to the Galicia tourist office to determine how to get to our each house! In cangas! We did a little searching via trip advisor and found a beach condo just 100 meters from the beach. Price was right! Next we head over to meet the girls at the "horse head fountain " by the cathedral. We head back to the pilgrimage office and get a table at a bar right across from the line. So perfect ! The girls are in line and we are ...
... on the Sunday and sunrise on the Monday morning. Todays Inspirational piece is..... "The pain you feel today, is the strength you feel tomorrow. For every challenge encountered there is opportunity for growth." Unknown Author Thank you Margo for this contribution. It was so appropriate for today especially. In fact is has been amazing how each days Inspirational quotes, have been so relevant to the day in which I opened ...
... and headed to the bar!
So Day 4 we biked from Sarria to Palas de Rei. I was a bit worst for the wear from the day before so it was a real slog and hotter than ever. We rode on the Camino trail itself most of the day - a very slow grind given trail is very rough in places ( hence why they gave us trail bikes) and not road bikes like we have at home. We were only making about 6km / hour and walked much of it because of the crowds (damned pilgrims) - which was a ...
... was lovely that evening so worth the extra walk to it. We had the best meal there that we had had in Spain. Friday, cannot believe that we are nearly finished. H & P left Ribadiso where they had stayed and met us in Arzua and we walked together to O Pedrouzo about 13 miles. Helen's blister was still very painful and my right knee and hip were pretty bad for a couple of hours. The Way was lovely, soft underfoot, we travelled on a few sunken pathways which ...
... expect. Luckily they still had the confession boxes to go to. There are about ten wooden confession boxes on each side. Not all of them have a priest inside. I walked along and one English guy was confessing - something about voting Labour. All of the priests were well into their eighties and seemed to have been woken up from their siesta and placed into the boxes to doze of again. The rest of the day I spent shopping around for books and ...