Parador de Ribadeo
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... reality - a much older crowd - and still no sign of the poor Spaniard. This lot spend most of their time cleaning the kitchen table...wish they spent a bit more time cleaning themselves. Think it's the Slovenians but don't know the Slovenian for 'do you need a hand working the shower'. Also it's 7:55 and three of them have gone to bed! Might have to go back to the Aussies tomorrow... Love to all ...
A 100% guaranteed faith free blog! Early start today. Woke up at 3am to find the nice Spanish man with the unpronounceable name in the bunk next to me had gone (God works in very mysterious ways) and the Frenchman in another bunk snoring/snuffling loudly. Whether he was simply digesting the Spaniard I don't know but I then couldn't sleep. Tried paper in the ears, then continuing reading ************* my iPhone but even that didn't get me to ...
... a cake and looked forward to a gentle walk down. But round the corner it went up, and up and round another corner it went up (I can continue this for a while but I suspect you get the drift) up to 4,000 ft. The terrain turned into ankle killing loose shingle and a 45 degree climb. And then the wind started. Ferocious- so strong it picked the water of the puddles and threw it into my face. I was walking one step forward and blown one step sideways. Then, after 15k ...
... there for the walk and Pilgrims (P) who are searching for something. The Ps are interesting, the Ws less so. Joe (P). 24, lives in Torquay and works at a NHS pharmacy in procurement. Nice young man, gentle and rather serious. He is walking because he has never been away from home and has a fear of travel, hostels and being away from home (his home bed is 'so comfortable'). So to the astonishment of his parents & brother he wanted to see if he could do it. He flew ...
... down to the sea. There are plenty of tunnels too when the looming peaks reach all the way to the shoreline.
The plan is to ride west along the coast then head off up into the mountains and spend three days wriggling through the Picos following country roads and heading in a general easterly direction.
We stop for fuel and food at a Repsol ...