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... grocery bag to wear between it and myself on my walk. Not attractive, but effective!
You may think my blog title is about me and my journey. Nope. Wanted to share a story of the place I am staying tonight. So, today was a beautiful day. Really foggy in the morning, which gave way to beautiful blue sky and fluffy white clouds. Was on my way, feeling good (even after yesterday's ascent). I passed by a place with a sign for lunch. I started at 7, and it was 11, so a ...
Today was a day of "really!??!!?s.
Got up before it was light to a pouring rainstorm. Really?? Got my rain gear on and off I went!
John Beirley wrote the guidebook I am following on my journey, and the first sentence to describe today's walk includes, "a delightful day". Really John?? Really????
So, most of the day was uphill - some sections were pretty steep. About 2/3 in, I'm thinking, maybe this "hill" everyone was worried about isn't ...
... to explore the Ria further and went to the very top and anchored in Ensenada de San Simon. Very pretty. While searching for a place to anchor we saw around 6 dolphins mooching about - that was real cool.
The following morning we headed for Baiona.
The old town of Baiona is very nice, small but nice. The views of the Ria and the Atlantic are magical as you stroll on the outside of the castle walls.
Great bars and restaurants.
... either reopen or it's supper time.
We happened upon the market as the stalls were clearing up for the day. Bought some shell fish and having spent a little bit of money at this one stall, the owner threw in some local crabs for nothing.
When we got back we ventured in Combarro and enjoyed the local wine in some delightful little bars. This is the life!
The anchorage we had off the beach was just so beautiful. There were lovely woodlands around the bay as well as the views of the mountains in the distance. Pure delight. We enjoyed lovely sunsets and wonderful starry nights.
On the Sunday at low water we watched people forage for cockles and razor clams - we were definitely up for that. But also we observed "controllers" having a go at ...