We stayed in a most awesome private albergue last night, Casa Carmina. The owners had thought of everything that a peregrino might need, including a wonderful three course meal. They had a great coffee, a full bar, hot showers and clean sleeping quarters. It also gave us chance to socialize with other peregrinos we’ve met along the way. We had a delightful evening.
This morning we got up and continued our trek to Santiago–it’s getting closer but there are still many miles to walk.
I had no idea eucalyptus trees could get so big. Magnificent!
I loved the multi-colored vine covering the front of this house. And then there was the view:
The coast kept popping into view today:
I’ve been impressed with the infrastructure throughout the north of Spain. This bridge that went on forever is a good example:
We were delighted to see this group on the Camino:
And off they went:
A little Camino Budda that made us smile:
A few pictures before entering the village of Soto de Luiña for the evening.
You can see the windmills on top of the mountain: