Travel Blogs from Lugo
... up and headed off unsure of just how bad the weather was, and agreeing we would all stick together given the visibility; fortunately Sharon has a pink waterproof jacket and I have a purple one so we were easy to see despite the poor visibility. It was quite beautiful really; the mist and fog created a silence even more deafening than a typical morning on the Camino. We walked through Linares and agreed to continue to Hospital de la Condesa to get some kms under our ...
Surprisingly, there were only 5 people in our dormitory last night. What a treat as we all had lower bunks and space to prepare to leave this morning.
Just to finish off last night, we decided not to have the pilgrim's menu and went to a little cafe only 50 metres up from our albergue that was recommended. Warren had the hamburger with the works while Richard and I had the chicken with chips and salad. Other than Warren, we had trouble finishing ...
... wanted us to go in front of the cows, so we did. Interesting we see lots of cows being herded and always by women doesn't matter if they're in the paddock or the streets but the men are always on the tractors.
Was just a wander until we hit Sarria for lunch and I was starving. Hedley seems to be able to go past that with a mission on his brain. I need fuel to keep going and Hamish doesn't require any bit of arm twisting to stop for a ...
... slowly to burn off. We saw Triacastela from a long way off and way down....it looked so far away! But our track headed down, some easy and some rather rocky. Lots of cattle here, and twice they were walking along our path - we kept a discreet distance as they all had horns and looked huge! Both times there was a man ...
... And there is only one thing worse the going uphill in the rain and that is going downhill on wet trails with slippery rocks. The morning was cold and the trail was challenging at times due to the steep descent and wet ground. But we prevailed! The trail comes to a split and we decided to sit and have a hearty breakfast before moving on. There would be no more towns until we arrive in Samos. Breakfast was delicious and much needed as we ...
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