Playa de Laxe
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Tim and I took a 2.5 hour bus trip to Finesterra (The End of the Earth!) today and quickly ran into Jim, Peggy, Pat and Tanya again, Renee (Ottawa) and Michaela (Czechoslovakia). Some people choose to continue their Camino by walking there; Mike, Bob and Dierdre will begin walking to Finesterra tomorrow. The Atlantic coast of Spain is rocky and rough and reminiscent of Maine. The weather has changed to cool and cloudy with rain in the ...
... but I FOUND it!!! Wow. It was stunning - and I was the only one there. It is said you should swim in this water as a cleansing ritual before you leave Finisterre and let 9 waves wash over you to symbolically cleanse you. Well, given I was the only one there, and that the waves were quite strong and crashing down, I figured that wasn't my best move to jump in (or I may be swept out to sea!) and opted for taking my boots off and having 9 waves lap over my feet (see video ...
We had a really long sail today - 48 miles from A Coruņa to Camariņas - which was kind of exhausting and not particularly comfortable with two to three metres of swell.
BUT we've finally moved on (we were getting a bit frustrated staying in A Coruņa so long thanks to ****** weather) and we had dolphins with us for quite a while today, including a couple of mother and baby pairs, which were utterly adorable.
It wasn't really all that exciting ...
Today was overcast and cloudy and Dotti had booked to a day trip to Finisterre the end of the world It is another 3 days walk to here - maybe next time I will do that!
What a wonderful sleep. Queen size bed and. Quilt. No sleeping bag. Woke up at 7:30. Mandy's 36th birthday today. Had breakfast, showered. Walked to the market with Louise at 11. Took about 2 hours to walk back and forth through ...