Royal Nayef Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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As soon as we awoke this morning I jumped in She's rucksack, snuggled up for the day. I could hear them two cussing as they paddled on muddy paths and roads with lorries soaking them through. 12 miserable kilometres crawled like bedraggled rats into a pension, all I can say is it is dry, everything including me is sopping wet. Three pathetic ...
... 2,000 years ago and three reconstructed houses to give you a sense of things. In some ways, they reminded me of the places I had seen in the mountains of Nepal only a few months ago and how people still live today.
The train brought us back to Santiago for our final night in this historic and fine city.
Awoke to rain slamming on the skylight, had breakfast with all but us 3 in dressing gowns very weird. Hit the road with rain slamming on us, Seven wet Kilometres later we found a cafe, joyfully huge cups of Coffee and our Mexican Girls we met the previous evening. They said we were their inspiration and insisted on lots of photos of me, can understand I inspire many ...
... and and a half journey took us to the coastal town of A Guarda which is mainly a working fishing harbour. It's out of season now but we managed to find one place still open which sold seafood. Mussels, scallops and langoustines - excellent.
There is a lovely coastal walk towards the border with Portugal where the waves crash in from the Atlantic. It's pretty undeveloped here and full of atmosphere.
... the river, known as the trail of stone and water. And it is clear why - there are 33 stone mills built along this stretch of river, undoubtedly the most beautiful part of the caminho thus far. For 8,5 kms, the walk follows the river from mill to mill in different stages of disrepair. It seems incomprehensible that these mills were built, never mind used in days gone by. There are also saw mills that were powered by the river. (The one downside is that ...