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... am not going to ply you with too much of a deep and meaningful reflection as much of it is personal but only in the sense that it is hard to explain. I have relived most of the poignant moments in my life and in doing so I have relived joys and sorrows and often found myself grinning at some of the happenings and sometimes frowning and grinding my teeth. I can only hope that I come back a better person and really appreciate what I have and what ...
Our initial plan was to split the last stage of the hike into two days (10 and 15 km). We had arrived at the 10 km mark before lunch and there wasn't much to do in the area so we continued to our final destination Santiago de Compostella. This final stage provided a variety of walking paths through natural paths, oak, pine and eucalyptus woodlands, along the highway and through suburbs and to finish off, an all up hill path through Santiago to arrive at ...
Funny haha! Apparently I've been nicknamed the Australian Bullet on the Camino.
I left my two buddies behind after breakfast, got my roll going and went on knowing they would catch me further down the track. When I got to the town of Melinde it was less than an hour since brekky so I figured no coffee and would make it on to the next place as it's usually about a hour and a half between brekky and coffee. Still they didn't catch me. So on ...
... br> The plan was to catch the 4:45 bus back to Santiago which allowed enough time to taxi up to lighthouse point, the place known as The end of the world. We should have saved the taxi fare as it was high up and so fogged in you couldn't see anything. I was OK with it as Muxia meant far more to me than what we found here. Hannah wanted time alone ,Mike had a couple of stones to toss which He wanted me to video ...
... salad for H and a Fabada (Galician bean stew) followed by veal and salad for me. Delicious Rias Baixas Albariño for which this area is known. Managed 3 glasses with ease! No drops and not a headache to be found, it just goes to show that local wine with few sulphides and low alcohol content, usually about 10.5 don't give you a headache sadly few are available in Suffolk. Spent the night in the campsite and as the morning was ...