Hotel Mendez Nunez
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... 8220;bumped” into Gen, then his main and my starter
came out at the same time. They wouldn't clear my starter until Gen
had finished his main. So I ate my main on my own.
We don't think this was typical as
other tables didn't receive similar service. Needless to say there
was no tip.
We got back from Lugo quite late in the
evening so decided to have dinner at ...
... Clive did manage to leave his walking stick there :(((. There was a wonderful mist everywhere which made everything look beautiful over the city and keep the heat at bay. There was a big climb of stairs in the city and once at the top, humidity set in with the clouds. We walked for nearly 3 hours before we stopped for a good break, coffee and a rest at Leiman. Being half way to our evening destination, it was a cruisy day thereafter. ...
... The next few days are going down. Em have broken the back of it well and truly now. At the end of today's walk we have covered 634km and have 140km left to do by next Saturday into Santiago. Pete and u are staying tonight in a great albergue in Fronfria still at a pretty high altitude. Warren decided to go on a bit further for the night and we expect to meet up tomorrow morning. The evening ...
... climbed quite a bit and finally hit the peak of today around 10:30, it was still beautiful. From there a long long long long downhill into Triacastela. But it was beautiful. Open and closed forest all the way, interspersed with rural areas mostly cows and some cropping.
The cows are everywhere And they rule. If we don't see them coming down the streets, we know they've been! There's cow poop everywhere. Unavoidable and I'm happy the days are warm ...
... which was six Ks longer. I chose the longer route because of my wish to visit the second largest and oldest Monastery in Europe at a place called Samos. I was. Indeed worth the time and effort but at some cost at the end of the 30 plus Ks- I staggered into Sarria happy to discover my bed for the night was at the entrance of the town.
The path from Tricastela to Samos followed the pristine beautiful course of the river rio Oribio- a fast lowing shallow sparkling water course with ...