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... go for Kathleen's daily ice cream fix but it is a disappointment. The girl in the shop has a terrible attitude and seems to view customers as pests. Kathleen wants a dulce leche flavour. The girl makes one up but it does not look right. Kathleen queries it but the girl insists its right. It turns out not to be but by this time life is too short. We drive on to Vilalba and check in at the Parador. Then we go out for ...
... marina up the river. Sun having gone down it made for an interesting crawl up the river as we were nearly at low tide and the depth gauge was showing zero on more than one occasion, but the book said there was enough water!! If all else fails we will just throw out the anchor said Eric!! We managed to edge in and slip onto a pontoon by moonlight with no water under us apparently but still seemed to be floating at midnight so ...
Lovely town and fab promenade all the way around - all be it a little windy. Have to say it felt like Cornwall some of the time. Knowing the weather is coming around the corner we decide to get the chores done and move on east along the Spanish coast in the morning. Seems like ...
... cup of tea, etc, but i LOVE visiting nature sights and being wowed by its beauty. It makes me feel very humble and appreciate life.
It was a very intense day, but we are very content. Fully enjoyed beautiful nature on the coast. Now we are back in the old castle room with glasses of wine, ham, cheese and some chocolates. :)
Tomorrow we will take a look around Vilalba and head to one of the highlights of this trip (more so for Greg) - Santiago de Compostela.
... a farce, like in A Coruņa, where a long stretch of a main street with huge buildings tries to promote this Galician feature.
Next to the villages, there are small cities like Betanzas and Pontedeume, with charming old quarters where modernity is hemmed by the small scale and narrow streets. Maybe fortunately so; the Galicians still like a slow ...