Hotel El Horreo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... views of the Atlantic and The end of the world. The last 10 Kms I ran into my Scottish friend Brandon again who was really hurting with hip and foot issues.. He was going to check into a place right where I saw him... We hadn't seen each other in a few days..you meet people and than they are gone.. And days or weeks later you run into them and it's like old friends. Brandon was so happy to see me we ended up walking on to Finesterre together... Then we ran into Chris ...
... a good shot of sugar and icy cold.. Boy was that good! We walked three more hours and just landed at the casa rural she had reserved... We were great walking partners today.. We had great conversations, we had long periods of quiet. Up hills and downhill. Saw windmills on hill tops in the far, far distance and than we were up next to them. The day was completely overcast.. The sun never came out and what ...
... Stopped and had coffee and goodie. The cafe leche had a tree drawn into it. And the dessert was complimentary. laundry day. Had a late lunch- scrambled eggs, wine for me and beer for Randy Reading, snacking on chips and drinking ...
... We headed back from the lighthouse (by taxi!) to the Hippie Beach in hopes to find a gathering but the beach was quiet. We sat for another hour just listening and watching the waves in the moonlight. As we head back to the albergue, we decide to take a taxi to Muxia tomorrow and then head back to Santiago. We reach the albergue, complete evening rituals and go straight to bed. It's tiring doing nothing. Pain recap: What's hurting: ...
Ulli Dee and I left for our final leg to Finisterre. The walk was more solitary than the Camino we had just completed into Santiago. It has less towns and villages which also means it had less cafebars to stop for food and coffee which are now our highlights on the walk.
Just out of Santiago we had a very long uphill climb to our first stop at Negreira, from here to Olveiroa which was mainly rolling country side. We left Ulli at this point as she had planned ...