Hotel Os Carballos
Travel Blogs from Oroso
We took a slow pace to get to Salceda because apparently there is nothing here. Well wrong. There's a lovely new restaurant. The weather was hot and it seemed like the road got longer as we we looked for our Pousada. Exhausted and sore. Tomorrow is another good walk before Santiago. A large cold beer and a nice hot shower sorted us ...
... the rocks all over the headland. It actually felt like quite a spiritual place. There are several memorials there.
By the time we left a mist had started to come in and it looked quite different.
We made our way back on what, on the map, was supposed to be an Autovia, ...
... the few kms they walk, how hard it is, and how they are earning their compestella. WTF?
In a beautiful private Albergue with the most beautiful soothing, soulful music. Told the host it was beautiful and I loved it. He will just keep playing it I hope. 34 beds in our dorm, many of them we have met and walked with on our way. Conversation is happy, sad, hushed, reflective and for those of us who have done the long haul from St Jean Pied de Port, it's a ...
... to finish the evening. They are on trip advisor and will be getting a five star recommendation. Recommend this place very highly. I went to thank them for a wonderful evening as it has been one of the best on the Camino. I thanked them for all the wonderful experiences, including their decorated with love Albergue and I thought the guy was going to cry. He wouldn't let go and said mucho gracious over and over.
What a day! Exhausted!
Today was a lot cooler than we have experienced in the last couple of weeks. We saw rain today for the first time in at least 3 weeks. It made an easy walk today with the cooler damp weather, also less km walked. We stopped for some lunch in a tiny little town that wasn't even on the map. We had a chickpea and vegetable soup, so yummy compared to the pilgrim meals we have been having lately. Our stop for the day ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility