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Travel Blogs from Vigo
Not much to say other than we got in late at night, took a cab to our hotel. Showered, slept, ate, heard gun shots outside our window and woke up early to catch the train to Madrid. WE WERE EXHAUSTED. Ps... Our hotel didn't even have a reception.... Good times haha
the town itself is actually cute though, except that there were people everywhere still up at 7 am from partying the night before on the streets. An unexpectedly lively city. ...
... have time to visit the castle overlooking the town.
We drove the couple of hours to Cangas del Morrazo where we would leave the car in the garage of Rubens sister in law Rosana' parents house to catch the ferry to the Cies islands. We ordered a lunch of local tapas; an octopus dish (Pulpo a la Gallega), potato frittata, roasted chilli pepper things (Pimiento de Padron), and chorizo.
We had grand plans of stocking up on food for the islands but ...
... to give up and been in tears by the side of the road, the moments when Tom's been so angry at the drivers or the headwind that he has declared he is never cycling again, the hot burning middays when we had to seek shelter even though we were tired and knew how far we still had to go that day, the early mornings when we set off along a main road in the dark, sleepy drivers rumbling by, all these things are gradually being forgotten. In their place is the fact ...
Distance: 21 km
Today is not a long day, but there is a little mountain to climb, so it's all the time going up up up! It's almost the whole way natural paths and lots of pine woods, an other beautiful stage!
Because the Portuguese route goes straight from south ...
... Portuguese-German). We talk and walk together for the for the last 14 km of this day. There is of course no need for Black Stories when you meet interesting people that go the same way!
The arrival in Ponte de Lima is beautiful, the medieval "ponte" is a great sight, the after-walk-beer tasted great, the view from the auberge is post-card-pretty, and I meet my old buddy Antonio again!