Corona de Galicia
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... night. The ocean to cleanse by feet and breathe the ocean air. It's the morning, still dark hiking shoes on and we'll have breakfast before we start walking. Stock up on water. Nothing for 14 Kms..... ** check out the hórreo is is made completely out of stone. Two stones together look like a mushroom for support and all layered stones for the building. This area gets more rain, so stone is a good building ...
found a computer to blog on!!! yeah!!!! so yesterday and today were really great walks. We went through beautiful forests and the weather is perfect for walking. Today we arrived in the city of O Pedrouzo with only 18k left to go. Bittersweet currently. Amazed that we will have walked over 500 miles in 34 days time. I have learned so much and will be taking so much ...
... finding the yellow Camino arrows and stone markers in the dark! It was silly really and a bit stupid. Some of the "road" wasn't a road at all. Some of the pathway intersection were not intended to be crossed (take a right or left instead). We were LUCKY and we're where we needed to be when the morning light finally managed to illuminate through the heavy clouds. Our first coffee (potty) stop arrived just in the nick of time and we enjoyed a brilliant ...
... to me
I think I’ll twitter the Holy See
Thirty one days of walking to meet his dear Clare
With biscuits and water mainly his fare
He stubbornly walked on to complete the Camino
The reward at the end was a glass of good vino
He claims to have slept with many women along the way
I wonder what their version of events would say
It’s a tougher ...
... alone protected the blisters. Band aids were useless and the compit didn't seem to agree with me as I developed more blisters around it. Plus I had Carmel and Robyn's motherly attention and nursing skills at hand (well experienced in blister matters). I also walked in my sandals in the afternoons. This day seemed to go on forever and the stops few and far in between. There were no towns and the houses seem to be desolated, no cafes to be seen. But in true Camino ...