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And so I make it onto familiar ground and the last province on el camino, A Coruña. My parents are from this region and I've been visiting this part of Spain mostly year-on-year all of my life. A pocket of Spain that is unfamiliar to the typical British tourist that makes it to these shores but its unspoilt features is part of its allure and charm. The weather fronts that make it to A Coruña are the same ones that hit Cornwall and Ireland ...
An early morning was the last of my worries at this point, considering I don't have my mum or dad around to do the washing, my chinos, which happen to be my formal wear were still encrusted with cigarette smog. I swear I felt filthy when I walked into IBM, but then I realised, every man and his cat puffs on these cancer tubes - so I guess I'm just embracing the Chilean culture by smelling ...
... itself was a nice city and the weather was perfect during the walk. The route was well marked with clamshell dotted ever 100m or so indicating which way to go. Passed many nationalities on the walk inlcuding Chinese, Japanese, Americans and many Europeans all of which we hoping to finish the walk that afternoon.A couple of bagpipes could be heard around town as you explored the narrow streets.
Monday November 5th Ourense - Pinor Hiked 17 miles Frosty morning, Ourense is in a depression and the surrounding hills are at 2400ft. We had a long steep climb of over a mile when leaving town. We soon worked up a sweat and of came the layers of clothes. We had accommodation which was not on the Camino path so we had tried to plot it on our GPS system. As we could not check in until 5.30 and we arrived at the bar at 4.45 to ask directions and were ...
... the 'fast lane' highway in Spain and were able to travel 120 km/hr (or more) except for the 3 stops at the toll booths... for a total cost of 13.85 Euros (about $17.50 Canadian). Once we got to Santiago we drove around to see the city centre and a few special sites, then we parked and walked up a hill to the (Cathedral) Santiago de Compostela... an absolutely AMAZING, SPECTACULAR, FABULOUS... there really aren't any words to properly describe this place ...
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