Monumento Pazo do Rio
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Vilela to Mondonedo Mondonedo to Vilaba Since we left the coastline we have seen very long winding roads and trails. Very green and lush landscapes. We have gone through fields Of corn and green beans. We have seen a green leaf crop that Gallegos use in their soup. We have seen a few chapels and a few relics of the Way. All I know is that we have walked ...
... to Rome and Jerusalem. It's the only one preserved till today and the full length is over 700km. But we weren't that crazy. Just 250km crazy. We set off with spirits high and the longer we cycled, the more it felt like we were traveling back in time. We'd cycle past limping, yet merry hikers and made fellow cycle friends. Cars - what were those again? Once every few kilometers we'd cycle through a little stone village offering shelter ...
... La Coruna and started by ordering the most expensive bottle of Champagne that they had in the restaurant,this was followed by a bottle of white wine and a bottle of red wine.not to mention the Irish Coffee that Phil and myself declined.
The crew of Kika joined us afterwards for a few beers,so it was an eventful night and one that Ju wont forget for a while.The Irish Coffee did the damage.
... by everything in front of me. The first distraction was a little bird that finally let me photograph it. I could still see my team in front of me. Then came a point with a beautiful view and a few cows, so I decided to have a chat with them... and I continued along the path, for a good 5 to 10 minutes and suddenly the path ended... ooops, I went the long way but I did not remember seeing a fork on the path so I headed back in search. Funny enough, the fork I didn't see ...
... This was at sometime between the years AD 34 and 41. In the year 42 James was decapitated by the authorities in Jerusalem. During this time it was the norm to bury an apostle where he had preached. According to legend, a marble sarcophagus floated across the Mediterranean, across the Straits of Gibraltar, north through part of the Atlantic and ran ashore on the Galician coast. It was escorted by two of his disciples, Atanasio and Teodoro, who conveyed ...
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