Travel Blogs from Cee
We went the longer slower coastal road to the border. Portugal colourless and depressing with grey cloud still hanging about limiting visibility. Building and houses desolate and lacking and appeal. Eventually crossed into Spain over a huge estuary and headed for Santiago do Compostela, the final call for pilgrims. I have never seen so many hobbling trampers with bandaged knees. It must be ...
... outside to serve sardines to their customers and it seems the air is filled with the smell of grilling fish. As we set out after dark to join the celebrations from the marina on the edge of the city we could smell the fish before we could even hear the music.
Then the fireworks start and hundreds of Chinese Lanterns take to the sky; thankfully blown on the breeze far away from our boat! As we cross the narrow ...
... junkie roots were making an appearance there.
Anyway, the wind started to calm down as we went further round the headland, although the big seas remained with us a lot longer, and we were able to get our sails out again before too long. It was still distinctly erratic, the oddly shaped coastline making for wind that changed direction or disappeared altogether before returning with a vengeance - I frequently saw the wind drop to 1 or 2 knots before shooting ...
... the rocks all over the headland. It actually felt like quite a spiritual place. There are several memorials there.
By the time we left a mist had started to come in and it looked quite different.
We made our way back on what, on the map, was supposed to be an Autovia, ...
... kms in 35 degree heat it was going to be an arduous day; my body hadn't recovered sufficiently and my mental state was, well as I just said, melancholic. Cheryl, Maria and I set out in there early ironing sunshine, such a beautiful day and the forecast mid twenties temperature meant we were in for a cooler day. We walked across a bridge where I sat for a few minutes watching the water flow under. I caught up to the girls in Logoso where we had a quick ...
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