Parador de Monforte de Lemos
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Travel Blogs from Monforte de Lemos
... both sun and rain. It again demonstrates the people's commitment to the Camino. The way took us through many hamlets and across farmland growing corn, wheat and strange tall cabbage-like plants. We met an English couple as we neared the end of our day's journey. It turns out that he is a cruise ship captain who trained the captain of ...
... was neat as the road paralleled almost exactly the route I had walked. So, I could see my way from a different perspective and take note of how many people were still out there walking. I returned to lasts nights town and am now sitting in a cafe outside in wonderful weather starting to feel a little sad this trip is coming to an end. Hopefully Cindy is able to hit the trail with me ...
... we all had a good laugh about it which just helped keep all our spirits up. Since we were up so early to get out of the hostel, we were rewarded with the most amazing sunrise over the mountains and the walk to Samos was breathtakingly beautiful. I felt today's walk was going to be really challenging due to lack of sleep but it wasn't. I think the scenery helped us forget the pain from the night before. Elvis and I also spent a good chunk of time not ...
... you walk in what you see is the massive cathedral that overlooks the entire town. It still amazes me the size of the churches that dominate each of the Spanish towns you pass through. You might walk through a town of 20 houses and the church is built for a king. Like Errin, I was very much looking forward to getting into the mountains and walking through some lush forest. I wasn't disappointed. You get a completely different feel walking through the mountains than ...
We got away at 7.30 which is a great start for us. We can do a quite a few kms in the first couple of hours and break the back of the day's travelling after 3 hours as we average about four and a half hours when we get into a rhythm.
Today was the day that had us spooked as it involved a long walk of over 30 kms and a long tough climb to finish. We had decided not to go all the way to the top of the mountain and wanted to stop about 5 kms from the top at a ...
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