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... We arrived to town. Our hotel just on the outskirts. Cindy had half a bocadillo left over from lunch and an orange for dinner as the kitchen didn't open until 8:30. I had two glasses of wine and called it bedtime. Tomorrow is a new day. (One day later, I thought about editing this post to make it more positive or glamorous. Decided to just keep it honest. This is the real deal on the ...
... ignored them for a while - the 100km marker was so graffitied there is no way I would take a picture and I think I got one around the 96km mark and did another today just as we came into town at 40km. So close, only two more sleeps to Santiago!
Continue to walk in shade and sun along country roads, both new and old walled ones. Just so beautiful and as we get closer to Santiago, it kind of seems sad to finish. We have many conversations ...
... 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....
... are transporting them each day. In fact, many pilgrims don't even have backpacks - they have their suitcases transported. This was by far the most settled into our walk we've been since starting this leg of the trip. We had partly overcast skies yet never needed our jackets. The walk was just beautiful. It was almost an emotionally beautiful day and everyone we chatted with seemed to have a similar experience. The guides for a few ...
... river valleys.
At Lobreiro we visited a beautiful little Medieval church, still with a number of Romanesque elements from its original construction and some magnficent 16th Century murals. From here we were on a mission to Melide to sample the renowned octopus, but first we had to pass through a rather unattractive industrial area on the outskirts of this town with its strong pilgrimage tradition and identity.
Stopped in at ...