Pazo Santa Maria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tortilla, we went with our host, Pilar, to watch her milk the cows. They are an organic farm and high tech. She clamped four suction tubes onto each cow, about 12 cows at a time. In 8 minutes, more than 180 liters of milk had been collected. Back to the house for a Licor and melatonin. We all slept great. What a day!! The only thing that would have made this day even better was if Angelica was walking with them. Love you and miss you, ...
Ok. It's been more than an hour and I'm still pinching myself and our kids!!! What a freaky experience. I have a habit of identifying people we know in strangers. So, walking down a hill today before the town of Ribadiso, I spotted the back of the head of a young man. I said to Paul, "He's got ...
... that changed from one hamlet to another. Some are simple, sturdy concrete block always raised up from the ground called hórreo or other ones that were straw covered huts called pallozas. They are used to dry and/ or store corn. Boy do the spaniards love flowers... Geraniums in all the flower boxes on patios, roses, hollyhocks, irises, dahlias hydrangeas ... They cover their yards and patios in big splashes of color! Got ...
... seems that we brought our Miami sun, but also the Miami heat!
Today was a day to appreciate nature in all its glory and the beauty of these ancient lands. For most of the day, we had running brooks and streams alongside the Camino. The sound of running water is very soothing.
On the Camino we encountered a young man with a prosthesis selling t-shirts and offering the pilgrim stamp. It turns out that he raises awareness for children in need ...
... churizo sausage and chips with a glass of beer. All for the princely sum of €4.00. "We" means Kym, Kate (Oxford) and now Chris. Chris is a Radiologist from Melbourne whose specialty is in the field of breast cancer research. He is a very interesting man and has a great sense of humour, doesn't take himself too seriously. Unlike his work which he obviously does take seriously. We talked about a whole range of things as we walked and he confirmed that I sound as though I ...