Corona de Galicia
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... 600mg in strength..you cant buy those in Australia). It seems to be sufficient to get me through the day and allow me to walk at a reasonable pace! Our accommodation tonight is very nice and our meal also very good. Tomorrow we have only 20 km to walk to get to the Cathedral in Santiago. We wont get there in time for the pilgrim Mass at 12:00 bit having a rest day on Wednesday will allow us to do that. I think tomorrow we will aim to get to the pilgrim ...
... where we tried a range of Spanish wines from various regions. They were superb. And we all shared the wines we chose. A Galacian cake was also delivered, everyone enjoys it and another round of singing happy birthday ensued. I should say a Canadian lady we met a number of weeks ago was in our hotel and she and her two friends also sang "Happy Birthday" this morning.
We had a small raccione of bread with octopus, pork and cheese for ...
WE'RE HERE!!! WE'RE ALIVE!!! WE DID IT!!!!! We got up at about 7 this morning, packed our bags and walked for breakfast (cafe con leche, zumo de naranja, y tostadas por favor) and sailed right on in to the Cathedral de Santiago. It was beautiful. I don't even know what to say. I had this big smile on my face I couldn't control. As we realised later in the day, it was also quiet and peaceful and serene. A guy I met in Porto del Rei took a photo of "my Irish friends" for us. ...
... steps of thousands of pilgrims before us to stare up in awe at the cathedral of Santiago. We missed the Pilgrim's mass at midday by a half-hour but attended the next day after receiving our compostelas. Watching the Botafumeiro (incense holder) swing above my head, trailing clouds of smoke, and listening to the hymns echo through the church, I was awed at the magnitude of what we had become a part of. Since the middle ages, thousands have flocked ...
... shirts, knick-knacks etc Santiago is quite nice. The highlight was our meal in a little cobblestoned plaza looking at the illuminated facade of an old stone church.
Galicia has excellent food, especially the seafood. Tender octopus came sprinkled with paprika. Little fish are served in a lemony dressing. Tuna in a tomato sauce fills pies. There was plenty of jamon (ham) and chorizo as ...