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Sunday May 24 San Pedro through Sarria to Mercadoiro.Decided that today we would have a short day, passed along lovely woodland paths gravel tracks & mostly tree lined roads, which gave us protection from the sun. Also passed through many small farms, where families were busy at their daily farming chores. Seemed as though we were walking for hours today, started out at 7.30am & continued walking for the next 7 hours, we ...
... So that does explain a lot of idle land. And what a waste. This is beautiful fertile land!
We did find our poppies albeit tiny ones to wear for Anzac Day!
Last nights digs were awesome. Only us and the Dutch couple and we both had private rooms and we are sure they were the same beds we had in Salamanca - incredibly comfy! Because there is nowhere to eat in town and no kitchen she cooks for us. Meal to die for! All home cooked, she cooked all arvo and ...
Lie in morning. Decided we'd wait for the offered brekky at 7 as we only had 21.2km according to one map, 21 by another and the lady where we stayed said 22/23. So somewhere around that +/- a km or two we'd be done. AND we got to start our day with coffee! Made it worth the wait!
Headed out with the herd of mixed Dutch, Austrian, German and French bodies that stayed in the same place. They seem to have formed a group. Not for this little black duck I can ...
... any rest days. We had toyed with the idea of going up to Germany for a few days but given we have a heap more time than we thought we would have, the current train of thought, depending on cost, is to hire a car and drive along the North coast of Spain and see places like San Sebastián, Bilboa, etc. and drive down to Barcelona where we both leave from albeit different days and airlines. Might be a great way to see more of this fabulous country. It's affordable for a ...
We walked around the old part of the town in the afternoon and returned in the evening for our first real tapas in a popular local bar. We ordered drinks and food – plenty of each – with no idea of what it would cost. We were stunned when told we owed €9.40.
We returned to the hotel and had a final drink with the English couple who are travelling the same route as ...