Playa de Laxe
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Laxe
... we attended mass and, indeed, the Botafumeiro was swung! It took five men to accomplish the feat and was well worth the wait. After mass we had dinner with the same good friends we've been hanging out with and ran into Craig (Australia), Charmaine and Noel (Denver) whom we haven't seen for several weeks. We refer to people who were on the trail at the same time we were as our "Camino Family". We will definitely remain in touch with some of these ...
The views from the climb to the top back down to the lighthouse were breathtaking. When I reached the top, I saw the beach I was looking for on the others side. Now, the only question is how to get there from here ;). I met some other women at the top who said they tried to find it yesterday with multiple attempts, but could never get there. Sounded like a challenge to me!
It took some time, and some backtracking and changing directions, and pushing ...
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!
... hadn't walked enough today. Sheesh! Come back, can't find washing. See Mama - says out in machine and she will bring to us. I thanked her and gave her a hug and told her she was very kind - she cried - more hugs - I felt she felt not valued - such a sweetheart.
Cee is beautiful. Easily see how The Armada left from here. Beautiful natural bay. Finished the day with razor clams and prawns and of course the obligatory bottle of vino Tinto