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... give the traditional hug to the large Gold statue of St James. It was wonderful to know that after som many weeks we were able to have hot showers and get out of our hiking gear and to relax and be a normal tourist! In the evening, we met Ann & Sylvia for one last dinner at a local restaurant, where over some many glasses of wine we debriefed and reflected on our amazing adventures along the ...
... Today, as soon as i started walking i knew i would be able to do a few Ks. The leg was feeling really good and i am starting to think that the religious use of the ice could be an essential part of the day whether i need it or not. I had a great two hour walk to breakfast and i was a bit stunned when the spanish guy who introduced himself said that it was a 13 k walk from Melide. That is 6.5 k an hour with a pack and after 750ks. Nice. I don't know whether ...
We thought we would share some of our Camino stats and sightings. We have seen people walking, cycling, jogging and horse riding. There have been many bicycles, one tandem bike and today two uni cycles - one from Argentina the other from Spain- not travelling together but meeting today. The youngest Perrigrino has been about two years old being pushed in his ...
... shave and clothes washing before settling in the garden to do the blog. Think it might be pulpo de Gallego tonight. Watch this space! Well it wasn't! Decided to go for the first chaleta de ternera of the Camino and it was fabulous! Washed down with the local red and followed by rice pudding con leche and cinnamon with a complimentary orujo (which I discovered was the basic ingredients uiu the Queimada last ...
... my backpack, which was gone now so I couldn't check; that would have been out of my routine. We hit the trail at 9:20 with me freaked out about how I managed to do something so out of the ordinary. Grrrr. A few short prayers later I calmed myself down - it is what it is and nothing can change it now.
Melide was a perfect Camino town experience for us; lots of memories - from the pharmacist, to the bartender, the size and ...