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Today I saw a young woman sitting on the side of the road and she had the pilgrim look of despair,.. It was a foot issue.. Below the ankles... That 's where i had my issues.. I actually had to toss the sandals I had at one point and buy a pair where the strap didn't touch that hot spot... .. I kept walking and a bit later on the road she had flip flops with socks and it sure as hell looked very uncomfortable. I had just the sandals for her...lightening your ...
... wine bar. Richard was dead keen to try a good red after the **** they serve up with the pilgrim's meal. We had a fabulous 2007 Reserve wine and the owner of the bar wanted a photo with us and brought tapas to us the whole time we were there. The Spanish really have been wonderful hosts and they make you feel special.
A strange thing on the way into town - Warren and Richard were listening to the State of Origin match on their phones from ...
... the ability to capture the pleasure that the eye gets from the long stretches of green fields ending in blue hills running into grey and white clouds on the horizon. The tracks don't look too pretty in April after winter rains, however. When we walked in October they were carpeted with autumn leaves. Now they are a brown slush of mud and manure. -Krishna ...
... 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....
After a an average nights sleep we head off from The Albergue at Palas de Rei as the sun is rising - no need for torches this morning! Also it is fathers day so I insist we celebrate with breakfast - yep you guessed it coffee and toast!! Unfortunately the town itself was in a derelict state and even our guidebook makes mention of "how there is little to remind us of its illustrious past" - bit sad really!! We leave quickly, cross the freeway and thankfully get back onto a woodland ...