Talaso Hotel Louxo La Toja
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We rose at a normal hour, ate breakfast and started sorting what we would send onto Madrid so that we could continue to travel with only our backpack. After packing we headed to the Correos office to forward our boxes to the hotel we will stay in, in Madrid and then to attend the Pilgrims mass at the Cathedral. Upon entry at the Cathedral we saw Jack and Tarra from Canada and arranged to catch up outside after the mass. The Cathedral looked really full and it was ...
... He found a spot that looked well used as a fire pit by other pilgrims, got out a pair of underpants and set fire to them with his 'flame thrower' of a lighter! We all added a pair of socks each (Helen was going to burn some knickers but lost them out of the pocket of her rucksack en route!) my nylon Aldi cycling socks took some melting down, but disappeared in the end (just as well or else I would have taken them back, my toe had worn itself through and ...
... bit chilly as we left Boente.... Views this morning have been lovely, walking through leafy tunnels of oak trees, past freshly ploughed fields and farmyards, and listening to the roosters 'cock-a-doodle-doing' as we wander along...all so fresh and countryfied, another beautiful day beginning.
By mid afternoon we had crossed a few shallow river valleys, with the pathways mostly through ...
... or defensive walls or irrigation channels or storehouses or palaces. They were temples for worship. Before anything else, our species created buildings in which to pray to deities. And the first real assemblage of people for constructive purposes was to build those temples.
Before agriculture. Before domesticated herd animals. Before irrigation, or towns, or cities, or even sturdy huts, we built ways to worship. It is apparently a ...
... won't believe how many new foods I've tried since living in Spain. In Galicia that night, I tried octopus (pulpo), razor clams (navajas), and berbereches (baby clams)! Aside from knowing I was going to like the clams, I did enjoy everything else I tried! After dinner, Isabel took us to a bar almost right next door to the restaurant to try a Galician drink- queimada. It consists of vodka, a water/vodka combination, and fruit slices. The two drinks are added to ...