Hotel Os Carballos
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Here is a man tallied—he realizes here what he has in him, The past, the future, majesty, love—if they are vacant of you, you are vacant of them. Only the kernel of every object nourishes; Where is he who tears off the husks for you and me? Where is he that undoes stratagems and envelopes for you and me? Here is adhesiveness, it is not previously fashion’d, it is apropos; Do you know what it is as you pass to be loved by strangers? Do you know the talk of ...
... protested (they're in the same union as my legs). As there were no villages, there were no cafes or shops...and so no lunch except a banana and a cake I'd stolen at breakfast. And my trusty Skittles - (am planning a Skittles cold turkey detox regime when I get back) Didn't see any pilgrims in 27km other than the Bulgarians collecting chestnuts. But they don't speak English and my Bulgarian isn't what it was. By the way Flo - it is pumpkin overload here. Taken some pics for you. ...
... name of a type of accomodation in Spain. They are predictably upscale, with comfortable beds, rooms and sitting/living areas, modern bathrooms and sometimes food in the offering, but if not, they have fully equiped kitchens for self catering. The Rectoral de Lestedo has several outdoor and indoor areas with comfortable lounging chairs overlooking the surrounding farms and euclyptus tree forests. We will be served a ...
... minimize my discomfort. Seems to be working well thus far.
I covered the 2km into Portomarin quite quickly and found wifi and breakfast in a little quiet cafe. There I spent a peaceful hour getting away yesterday's blog. A day of varied terrain and much of it through lovely avenued woodland. The walk today again presented me with the scenery that I had envisioned of El Camino. As for the crowds, well, when speaking with friend "Moose" I ...
Portomarin to Palas de Rei Phew, what a wet day! Fifteen miles in pouring rain, some of it really heavy, has led me to Palas de Rei which is now only three days away from Santiago de Compostela, which I hope to reach on Tuesday afternoon. Most albergues have good washing and laundry facilities which are much needed today as I get out of soaking clothes ...