Breakfast of champions; pics along the way; end of the airport runway. Tomorrow I enter Santiago. Ran into my friend from Quebec at tonight’s albergue. We both have reservations at albergues in Santiago, then, I switch to Hotel Compostela. Plan to take a bus tour to Finnesterre and the coast. We’re cooking at the albergue tonight. 😊 -Cindy
Campus crusade Alburgue..sweet people who knew of The Summit. The group serving this week we’re from a Baptist Church in Tennessee. Great walk today. Lots of thought and conversation with God today on Camino. Nadine
Along the way. Interesting cross with drawings. Nadine
Reached 100 km mark . it rained all day but we kept dry! We met a South Korean family with a 12, 7 and 4 year old in tow. Anyone can travel Camino! Nadine
Sugarcane, cherries, peaches, and grapes. I love the Bierzo region. -Mark
1) Momentarily sheltering from the hail.
2) “Laundering" money.
Hoping the sun would break through; beer bottles line the stone wall at this cafe/bar; flowers.
Rain started earlier than yesterday’s weather predicted. Thankful was near to my stopping place today. Another very short walk. With the leg feeling better I am walking as slowly as possible and still feel I’m maintaining a reasonable pace. -Cindy
Albergue Ultreia just before Arzúa
Pictures along the way. Tonight’s albergue is on a main road, yet the rooms are quiet and a small garden sitting area is sequestered from the sound. Loved the clothing centrifuge to wring out water from hand washing. Am making reservations each afternoon for the next night stay. -Cindy
The journey down from Mt Irago -Mark