Hotel Virxe da Cerca
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... had completely missed the photo opp of us riding into the Plaza in front of the Cathedral, something we had both expected and looked forward to doing.
We thought about that for a few moments. Yes, it was a missed opportunity, but were we sad? I'm not sure.
When we returned to our stone-walled room, we found it clean, empty and quiet. There was nobody else there. We had a bathroom to ourselves and it had toilet paper, soap and towels! We had a ...
... that famed sequence of human development is simply wrong. The first great buildings were actually sacred structures, not pragmatic ones, and what we thought we understood about the evolution of human societal development is incorrect.
Archeology is the study of earlier societies trash, their destroyed buildings and the remains—mostly refuse—that they leave behind. In the detritus at Gobekkli Teppe archeologists have found no ...
... for lunch. Next stop was the bus station to check out the timetable for the Tuesday bus to A Coruna and the platform arrangements. Over coming incipient lethargy (it was now noon) we again headed into the historic centre of Santiago, coffee en route, travelling slowly and light, checking out potential souvenirs as we went. In fact we arrived at the Plaza at 13.30 (don't know where the time ...
... churizo sausage and chips with a glass of beer. All for the princely sum of €4.00. "We" means Kym, Kate (Oxford) and now Chris. Chris is a Radiologist from Melbourne whose specialty is in the field of breast cancer research. He is a very interesting man and has a great sense of humour, doesn't take himself too seriously. Unlike his work which he obviously does take seriously. We talked about a whole range of things as we walked and he confirmed that I sound as though I ...
... until 9 while we sorted things out. We had a "pow wow" and decided to ditch the actual trail today and lay down some serious kilometres before coffeebreak. So we took the main highway for a fast 30km - well at least as fast as two people with our physiques riding trail bikes can do. By 11 we were sipping our coffee in Azuria and decided to try the actual trail again. The highway wasn't too bad. A bit like riding the shoulder of the Pat Bay highway from downtown Victoria to ...