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... without really finding out what happened in the story. Nice memory :) I seemed to stop a lot today; but when I think about it I didn't really; just a slow day I guess. Cheryl and I stopped at Casa Molar in Ventas de Naron where I ate my cheese roll and added chips to it... The last 5 kms into Palas de Rei were slow; again not sure why. I think the whole day was slow! We're staying at La Cabana on the edge of town which reminds me of ...
... John has a fairly successful software company eventbooking.com which he started about 15 years ago and now has several large clients including some in Australia (Allphones Arena being one). The strange thing about this Camino is that when we started out there were literally hundreds of people setting off from each town each day, now the villages we come to are so small, they couldn't accommodate more than a few, so I have no idea where all ...
... guide to get a stamp at a church in Vente - another village with a couple of cafés and finding the lovely little church there is no way it would be open which is the same for all the little churches along the way. Decided on lunch at the next village and walked all the way though accompanied at one stage by a group of dairy cows - little stressed out at this stage as my phone froze when taking a photo of the little church and had remained frozen. All the more stressful as ...
Arz˙a, Spain (Mom, Dad)
Palas de Rei (Deb & Al)
Monday - 389 Pilgrims completed the Camino today (these numbers are beginning to drop rapidly).
We talked to mom today - They decided on a nice short walk today (we may do the same in a couple of days, walk shorter distances and stay in some of the same towns where they have stayed). All is well with them although a short phone call simply doesn't allow the luxury of sharing ...
... across the track. I think I wore the bell on the bike out. It is fair to say I was not having fun at this stage. Up ahead a little the track crossed the main road, we conceded and made the turn. The road was uncrowded and smooth, and uncrowded, did I mention that!We had been on the road for over an hour and done 8kms, we were now making much better progress!The descent into Portomarin was about 5kms long. We dropped down ...