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... relaxed pace. Finisterra an absolute must, everyone should visit the end of the World. The fabulous people, Isabel whom we had spent time on the first Camino and Kari who between them got us to Porto, not forgetting the meals and copious amounts of wine we shared. Susanne, Rita, Vania and Marcus with their wonderful youth, determination and exuberance made it a joy to meet and walk with them, a never to be forgotten memory of singing Stand by me at the top of our ...
... at a couple of bars on the way back, so all in all a lovely afternoon and the place was absolutely heaving.
We’re pleased we’ve been, but we’re moving straight on, to try and beat the rain.
Took a lovely picture of a sandcastle work of art (we’ve seen similar before, but this was spectacular) and Penny took a photo of the view she would like to remember, mountains rather than the ...
... on the beach relaxing.
We then went for a walk, had non alcoholic cocktails like the ones in Ceasars in Christchurch and looked in a few shops before going out to dinner along the beach from the girls apartment.
After dinner we went back to the apartment and slept.
Well cruel as I may be, I cannot help smirking, the loony woman has damaged her rib! Party, party, vino, vino, dancing down the hallway, trips up and falls on table. Paracetamol and water , but not looking good for the long teck. Freddy is now dreaming of lazy days in Lisbon by the pool ...
... is a fickle friend, one minute she is sad at Malc and Sue's leaving, the next day, she has a new Norwegian singing partner.
The lady in question is called Vibeke Mykkeltveit, and they spend the evening entertaining the passing campers as they work their way through their respective song books.
Vibekke tells me, her first name is Dutch, and, means ...