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Legless - final but one leg - Ordes/Poulo to Hotel San Vicente
The weather is now a major factor. The forecast is not good and our plans are always subject to climatic influence. The café next to the hotel offered a perfect breakfast, warm drink and toast, and it was out to brave the drizzle and the early supermarket shoppers. Today's walk was …
... a perfectly exultant conclusion to our little journey. Thankyou for reading these stories and reflections and to my sisters for being such fine companions through it all. Three cheers forBernadette on the epic tramp across the top of Spain that would have been 600km if not for those two taxi rides (her words not mine) and thanks also to her for the more diligent and detailed accounts that allowed me to record some other nonsense along the way. Adios and we will see you in Sydney soon ...
... 8216;tomato’ and remembering ‘mustaso’ from the day before (mustard for our
hamburgers!), we were in business. Actually, we recognized some species of fish
on the menu and two of us got fish sandwiches as well.
We spotted a few pilgrims en route, including one who was
obviously overcome and was being carried to a waiting car. We also saw the
trail on a few occasions.
We arrived ...
... our packs from storage as you can not go into the cathedral with your packs. On our way, we passed a cafe advertising a buffet lunch for 9€. We ventured in. The food was so delicious and there was no ham on the buffet. There was a Galicia soup, several different types of fish, chorizo sausage, egg over peppers, steamed vegies, spaghetti , dark bread, salad, and a yummy dessert. We kind of over did the eating but it was so good. Settled into ...
... bridges into Portomarin provide a classic example of this!) it felt as if there is less of the complete abandonment of property to the forces of nature - however it is still most definitely there compared to how we treat buildings and property in Australia: quite interesting and something Ive not the opportunity/ability to talk with a local about. The other memory I will take away from this part of the walk is the enduring presence and smell of cow **** (sorry!) and silage!! ...