Hotel El Horreo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Santa Marinas to Logoso Thunderstorms again this morning provide the soundtrack to today's route to Logoso. The storm clouds are gathered in the hills behind us but we push on, hoping the brighter skies ahead will create a drier days walking. It's full raingear as the rain falls but the walking is gentle along roads with great views of ...
... I stop for something to eat along the way - as much as I can. Sometimes I get 2 full meals in during the day, but that only works if I have a short walk, which has not been the case in the last couple of days. Does this sound like complaining? I think I am ready to come home, sleep in my own bed, have my own bathroom and do my own cooking. When I get home, I am going to stay in one place without moving, for a week! Tomorrow is tourist ...
... and the power of the ocean. I was enjoying the sunshine on my face, and took some time to reflect on my journey to get here. Even took off my boots to get the "end of a long journey" picture. They certainly did a great job of getting me here!
I remembered the "message" I received at the cathedral - that I needed to figure something out and come back. Ok. If this was the case, it seemed like the right place for it to happen ;) I'm not sure what I expected - maybe a ...
... two caught me up with some bones. The next two got me thinking too much upon which I was done eating. The gentleman returned, "Que paso?" (What's up? What happened?). I explained it was very good but I was full. He shook his head in disappointment and told me to rest and then try to eat more. I spent the next while cutting up a few more fish and then hiding the pieces under the heads I had already cut off. A while later, he came to clear my still pretty heaping plate all the ...
... It's a kind of magic' by Queen came to mind as I walked; it describes it perfectly. We walked for 12.5 kms through forests of gum trees with the odd pine thrown in! Reminding once agin of home. Just before Pena I stood at a trickle of a waterfall just listening to the sounds of the forest, totally in the present moment. When I looked up I saw two butterflies dancing around in circles in front of me. I stood there just watching, it was so...I don't know...it just ...