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... of lunch...so we ploughed on, eventually arriving at Bar Julia. Lo and behold, guess who were already sitting there with their feet up...Yes, the three amigos, beer in hand and lunch already ordered! I was raging, they had taken a short cut and never thought of telling us! Buitres!!! (Vultures)
Craig munched through a Chorizo and Cheese bocadillo, I think I had Calamares! Not sure right now but it was all good...then again I'd have eaten the table had our young chef ...
... or an hour in a pressure cooker) in water, with an onion, garlic cloves, a bay leaf, peppercorns and a glass of white wine. When the tripe is soft, a fried mixture (sofrito), the ingredients of which vary according to the region, is added, and it is cooked for another 30 minutes. I left the meaty part but the rest was lovely and very welcomed and enjoyable...just enough before we got back on the road.
It was while having lunch ...
... wash clothes and fill up on water many years ago. To our great surprise the 'Lavadero' we stopped at was still quite popular with locals who took on water from the natural spring. One local lady, while allowing her washing to dry while trying to sort out a tangled fishing reel, hummed 'Danny Boy' which was a bit surreal.
One section of the guide as we continued had to be, ...
... much drive up to the front door, but now it was a nice walk up to the front door.
We paid, we entered.
To be honest, I didn't really remember the underneath, nor the climb up, and as for the view, well, there was none !!! So we snapped away before we came back down.
By the time we hit the ground, it was ******* down with rain, so we grabbed a cab, and headed back to the train station, the body was now gone, so we jumped on a train and headed back to Santiago
... days to relax after our voyage (thanks Kev) and we are waiting for Dunikolu to go back into the water on Friday to continue our journey.
I guess I had better make it a bit less adventurous from now on!
Next leg is heading further South to the Portuguese coast. Let's hope Jilly can keep up with me! (she's typing this). Lol!