Hotel Monasterio de Aciveiro
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... that way due to subtle social differences. When will each of them reach a point in life when she would rather spend a day alone than in singing harmony with friends? An hour or so later, I caught up to them again, and I wondered if they'd become bored and slowed down. It would be tough to maintain that same high energy level for five days-100km. But soon after passing them, I heard them singing again and they soon caught me again. Happily, I ...
... de Rei (pop.3,600) named after the palace of the Visigoth King Witiza (702 - 710) but now mainly engaged in the dairy and Camino industries. 68.2kms (3 days) from Santiago de Compostela
Hilli - lovely walk in the sun and excited about my friend returning later
Guy - loved the terminology used by the Irish girls on witnessing S ready for action at 0827 this morrow... 'nappy-man'!
Stuart - woodland picnics ...
... they had faced and we were able to share our experiences with them to help out in several ways. It was a really nice feeling to be able to help them and share some of the things we have learned that hopefully will make their experience even better. The food was delicious and nicely prepared and presented. A fitting finish for a really nice day on the Camino. Distance today: 7.0 mi. Distance 2015: 144.9mi. Distance total: 459.9 ...
... I spent a peaceful, comfortable evening. I am tempted to blame the new pilgrims for my malaise as during the past month I have not heard of any other pilgrims taking ill.Maybe I am being too harsh and may have caught it from any one of a hundred locals.
The Palace of the Visigoth Kings was almost a compulsory stop for past pilgrims and today sees most of the town engaged directly or indirectly in the dairy business.
By the time ...
... There is something very satisfying about having freshly washed and aired clothes to put on for the following day. Exactly 800 years ago in 1214, St Francis of Assisi completed his own Camino pilgrimage and so this year they are issuing a special certificate for pilgrims who undertake the Camino in 2014. The Camino has ebbed and flowed over ...