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... after a few glasses of wine we were quite confident that, by this time, we would easily be able to walk 20 miles a day at the end of the Camino and then with little effort walk an additional 3 days and 53+ miles to Finisterre. And we were confident our guide book was completely accurate and our average walk would be 15 miles. The wine was excellent but the planning a bit off.
Walking consecutive 20+ ...
... minimize my discomfort. Seems to be working well thus far.
I covered the 2km into Portomarin quite quickly and found wifi and breakfast in a little quiet cafe. There I spent a peaceful hour getting away yesterday's blog. A day of varied terrain and much of it through lovely avenued woodland. The walk today again presented me with the scenery that I had envisioned of El Camino. As for the crowds, well, when speaking with friend "Moose" I ...
... was simple. Nothing new or spectacular. It was small, rustic and rural ... and maybe less than half full. I made our beds and D got wine. We met in the backyard where D snoozed in a hammock, and I made some notes sitting by an old stone well. We had nothing to do until our communal meal at 7.
There were 6 of us for dinner. Two kinds of hearty soup were offered to start ... and everyone had at least two bowls. Then we had salad, pasta and some uber tasty, ...
... s beautiful to see the dawn and smell the forest and even the funky farm odours in the fresh morning air. I'm getting a glimpse of the rhythms of farm life. There is corn growing so high I can't see over it, many small plots with kale, pumpkins, beans, tomatoes, lettuces, potatoes. There are plantations of pine trees and eucalyptus. There are many dairy farmers with small herds of around 15 big healthy cows who happily much the lush grass and mosey ...
... us with nowhere to go yes we gave way"....finally Potrtomarin was in the foreground we crossed the river found that we had another climb in front of us to our hotel. Poured as Portomarin Allas when we arrived no bags "but we went for a swim sorted out the problem by booking a cab to bring over the bags and then went for a well earned rest. 23kms we were buggered. After a short sleep continually interrupted by some. Flies we headed Into town quaint little place and enjoyed ...