Day 29 – We Continue East

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:

Whimsical bird lover:


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:

Author: Maureen

I decided to walk across Spain to pursue the many things I love about life: the great outdoors, spending time with friends, meeting new people, food, wine, music, and challenging the physical self. I'm fortunate to have a wonderful husband who has provided me with the encouragement, support, and love I've needed over the past several months of training and preparing.

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