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... in the "old city" is something that London hasn't been able to conserve and it has a certain charm when the rain falls onto its cobbled streets - Islas Cies: I still haven't been here but these islands off the Galician coast have beaches that were recently voted some of the best in the world - Visit the wine region: Galicia has some great wine growing valleys and produce one of the best white wines in the world from a grape variety called ...
... but we've now discovered the reason for this. The swinging of the huge incense burner was originally used to fumigate the smelly, sweaty pilgrims........we can see the reasoning behind this practice. Ahem. So we will hopefully manage one final entry once we reach santiago and upload more photos. Trust all is well at home and looking forward to seeing you all soon! Muireann and ...
Cedric met the children, andrea and jeanne at Santiago airport. No one was expecting to see him there so it was a great surprise. He brought them back to sarria by bus via lugo. It was wonderful to see the children again and have the family back united. They had definitely not suffered during there month with Andrea. Tomorrow we have a bad weather forecast and are hoping everyone will be just as cheerful tomorrow ...
Another easy day of only 16km to sarria. Cedric had an easier day of 45km and made it to boente. We took the scenic route to sarria and made it into sarria by lunch. The journey was much nicer than the town of sarria which is big enough to be ugly and not small enough to be quaint. Tomorrow we will have a rest day from walking and go on a bus and visit lugo and then wait until 11pm when Cedric and the children will arrive with Andrea and ...
... the pants off the two of us...poor thing must only get fed once a week and boy, Tiddles didn't need a second call. We stocked up with water, got our stamps and reluctantly hit the road again. I asked the grumpy aul lad behind the bar if we needed to retrace our steps back down to the sign (as stated in the guide) but he told us 'NO' just walk straight out the front and keep going...he was right and within a few hundred metres found a trusty yellow arrow pointing us the ...
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