Corona de Galicia
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... and sweet. He also has a stamp for the Credential (passport), so we get ours stamped before we move on. After that, it is just a long and careful trek downhill on what mostly looks like dry river bed. Quite hard to navigate but needs caution because its easy to lose ones footing. We eventually come to a point where we can see the sea ahead of us.... How enticing it looks, especially under the hot sun that we have been walking under today. ...
... themselves. Laura introduced us as being sisters from Galway, and one guy STILL asked was one of us from Birr. They had nothing to say abut us starting in SJPDP. They just generally left a bad taste in our mouths. That was rectified by genuinely the nicest bananas and nectarines of the whole trip at a little stall around a corner we turned. Yes, even nicer than the little stall the guy had in the town that as only supposed to have a fountain. They ...
... although not on the side of hill like here. Thankfully so far we haven’t met any traffic.
The forest is a gum tree forest and it has been felled in places. The main use is for pulp and charcoal.
One other observation is the large amount of what we think is Broom on the hillsides. It is certainly prevalent in the north western part of the country and is in flower at the moment.
... tomorrow. All the t-shirts they sell around here and a lot of the silly graffiti along the way said "the Camino is only the start of your new life"...well mine started with pulpo, mejillones and ribeiro. I walked around the old streets of Santiago and Santiago had one last fun vision for me to look at: a group of German old aged pensioners limping and struggling to walk after the Camino, lead by a German priest dressed in full "priest attire" except...he was wearing flip flops. ...
... accommodation, is the frequent interaction you will have with people of many nations. (Of course this is not unique to Spain, you can experience this anywhere in the world when you travel cheap). If this is new to you, it can be the most memorable and rewarding aspect of the entire experience.
For some people the most rewarding aspect seems to be the camaraderie of the way, e.g. the daily comparing of the blisters. This is different from the point of ...