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We went the longer slower coastal road to the border. Portugal colourless and depressing with grey cloud still hanging about limiting visibility. Building and houses desolate and lacking and appeal. Eventually crossed into Spain over a huge estuary and headed for Santiago do Compostela, the final call for pilgrims. I have never seen so many …
... to fast moving vehicles and a fast pace... They might need a counseling service for pilgrims in Santiago how to reintegrate back in the world or maybe be a pilgrim for life... I am ready to sign up.... Very simple living, time to evaluate everything, minimal possessions to take care of , fresh air, beautiful people, fabulous food, a hot shower and a comfortable bed( those are pilgrims with perks) and peace in the heart and soul... Why go ...
... with wifi.
Break didn't occur to the 2 hour mark as there simply wasn't a cafe anywhere despite ambling through villages. Found a roadside entrepreneur who had 'no thanks' coffee, but I bought a banana and kept moving and about 11/2km further on a cafe. Woohoo! Ordered then checked the Facebook. Sure enough they had stopped. Hedley left me a message as to what Albergue to look for at tonight's destination. They checked the cafés and ...
... behind. (Does it sound like we have been spending too long in each other's company and don't have anything else to worry about?)
We arrived Camping Ria de Arosa in Oleiros-Ribeira. It's a big site but only one other campervan. The washrooms / showers are huge. So much nicer than our last site.
I am so excited - we have wifi connection and I have found the Great British Bake Off episodes on you tube. Looks like a fun night in in front of the laptop....
... surroundings, which were especially pleasing today.
We had a quieter walk than some of the other days, walking together, but away from others. We enjoyed our solitude together. There was a brand new Albergue and refreshment stop not far from Melide and although we really didn't need to stop (other than a bathroom break) the place was so pretty we wanted to give them our business. The funny thing we noticed was that it ...