Playa de Laxe
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... the world, sharing good stories, food and laughter in a country of gracious and inviting people and scenery. Coming to the crest of a small hill it was as if the end of the world really was true as the ground dropped off and the first sight of the ocean filled the horizon. Dropping down to the final stretch, walking the coast and then the last couple of kilometers on the beach was just magic. Entering Finesterra, we had just enough time to ...
... end up in the mud wrestling pit. I used my trusty poles for balance (each time lifting them was an effort and an interesting suction sound). I made it across clean! Whew. As usual, didn't see anyone else all day. As finisterre came into view, it was covered by a big low cloud. As I got closer, the rain stopped and the sun came out (as if on queue) - well, for a bit anyway ;) I walked along the white sand beach into Finisterre, and found my ...
Still hating this alb, La Paz! The light in the bathroom stall is pitch and the light doesn't work, in addition to being filthy there is no toilet paper! Ugh! We packed up, headed to the supermarcado for lunch and dinner items. Moved into new alb, Mar de Fora, 10 euros with our own single beds in our own room with a bathroom! Score! A really lovely place and as close as we could get to ...
... A dog leashed in a large she'd opposite barked at us the entire time we were there... We set off again with an addition to our party, Reinhardt from Amsterdam. We all walked together for the final 5 kms chatting and laughing to take our minds off the long walk and the heat. He was hoping to get a room at the pension Cheryl and I were staying at gut I didn't like his chances. It was late in he the day and the good accommodation goes early. He was am ...
... served with Albariño wine and a killer view of the medieval castle across from us at the point of a small inlet. We had arrived "early" (at 8:30, when the place opened) and were treated like royalty as the only guests ... until the place filled up (18 people max) at quarter to ten! The hosts were a wife-husband team (she cooked, he served) that would do well in New York or San Francisco! Incredible experience! Worth the trip to Finisterre by ...