First a correction to the last post. I wrote that Camino went from Fisterra to Santiago, since I thought that all the Camino routes end up in Santiago. This is apparently a common mistake. Most Camino walkers end their tour in Santiago, but the real end is actually in Fisterra.
Yesterday we arrived in a small town at the north coast, Ribadeo, a quiet place with a great nature around it. Most famous is the “Beach of Catherals”, 10 km outside town centre. This is the view that meets the camino walkers who passes the area on their way to
Bon dia. The day before yesterday we reached the Spanish boarder and in San Sebastian we went a bit north to follow the coast. Images taken by an Ipad can never show the beauty of this fantastic landscape, but I hope they will give some kind of impression anyway.
A short update this second day of traveling. We arrived in Groningen yesterday evening and found the houseboat we have booked for 2 days. Her name is Spes Mea, and she is an older lady build for transportation, later rebuild as a houseboat. Still sailing in the summertime where Leo,
Dette andet blogindlæg bliver det sidste på dansk, jeg har besluttet mig for at skrive bloggen på engelsk og supplere med danske opdateringer på Facebook. Har indsat en “Bing” oversættelsesknap, den er ikke helt skarp i gramatikken, men syntes dog den virker lidt bedre end google translate. Tiden nærmer sig