Tryp Los Galeones
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... car. We have lost a bit of time but surely now we can get off without another hitch. But as Monty Python once said "No-one expects the Galicia VESPA Owners Club". Just as we are about to move off five hundred scooters start pouring in to the square. There is nothing we can do but wait and enjoy the show. Eventually they all scoot in to the square and we can get going. It is an easy drive down to the border and before too long we are in Portugal and not too far behind schedule. But ...
... eye caught sight of several in a car park of all places .....next to a still open bar.
There is a God after all.I parked up and left my companions to their reminiscing and I darted in to the bar which was more of a restaurant but once the tap was located my long drive was soon forgotten. They are open until 1 am on Fridays/Saturdays and are called corner cabin. It is smack in middle of Vigo main beach, about 100 Metres from 24 Hour ...
Day 28 Pontevedra to Caldas de Reis 14.5 miles
Yesterday we were looking at the guide books for the walk today and Elise read one writer who said, "The walk from Pontevedra to Caldas de Reis is one of the 'flattest' on the entire Camino Portuguese." I thought about that last night with great relief, I may have even dreamed about it. Although the walk would not be terribly long, the fact that it would be flat would be so nice. We began the walk out ...
... destination. When we get to choose our path, we should consider the benefits of the "river path" and only take the highway with it's traffic, noise and smell of diesel when there is absolutely no choice. The quality of the 'journey' may, in the end, be everything. If we are 'betrayed by destinations,' then the end may not be the point at all but how we get there. Here is another quote ...
... more like a lake - beautiful views through the valley down to the shore. It became apparent to both of us today that walking the Camino gives one a special kind of clarity about many things in life. It becomes easier to cut through all the noise in our lives and see things for what they truly are. Priorities seem easier to determine and decisions easier to ...