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... at Nariga, free from crowds and with fantastic Atlantic views in the bright sunshine. This morning, more drizzle, and after lunch it began to brighten up so drove out to another seaside location - Razo - with its wide expanse of clean sandy beach, where we watched many surfers under instruction to ride the waves. We ourselves walked on the sand but deemed the Atlantic far too cold to go any ...
... slab cakes and ice blocks. WTF? Amazing. Arzua also had a great fruit and veg shop, old school, where I grabbed some fruit, and lined up and waited my turn to be served, listening to the old mama on the register, running the place on her own, shouting at everybody as she served them, forgetting to use her inside voice. The walk wound down out of town, then up past a cemetery on a hill, which is usual, passing quite a bit of graffiti. The graffiti was different to what had been seen ...
... to retain the glow we woke up with this morning.
But at the same time, our discussions over the past few days have been about not rushing our last few days. And there-in lies the rub.
Despite all the marker signs on the paths and highways, one never really knows how far away Santiago is. We'd see a sign indicating we were 400 kms away ... and then after travelling for an hour, we'd see a sign indicating we were 407 kms away. So this morning, in ...
... show them photos of Joelene and told them of our impending trip. We had a toast to our beautiful wives and he then bought me a drink. He wanted to know whether i started in Sarria or further back. When i said, st Jean in France he ordered me a second drink. This evening very late, two american girls were the last ones in the albergue and one was given the bunk above me. I hate to be stereotypical but these were stereotypical americans and god bless them ...
... the uphill rock walk I realised just how grateful I was for this journey and everything that came with it...the pain, the joy, the sorrow and the fun; what an absolute privilege! I retuned to the hotel savouring the cleansing effects of the wind as I walked up the steep stairs. I double checked everything was ready and waited for the taxi. before I knew it he was there! Cheryl and I said our farewells to Sharon; another group hug ...