NB! To my English speaking readers, I am sorry this post is in Danish only. I will continue translating future posts, but I simply don’t have the time right now. This post is a resume from all former posts written during my travel until now. So you actually do not
– English version Mange har efterhånden spurgt mig hvilken af de mange kyster jeg besøgte på min rejse var den smukkeste. Det er ganske enkelt umuligt at svare på, så i denne post har jeg udvalgt fire af dem som helt sikkert er et besøg værd. Fordi de på
As I wrote in the last post I got a visit from my friend Jette from Denmark. We travelled along the Algarve Coast together, with some small trips up in Portugal. We spend 16 days together, I picked her up in Faro Airport and we drove straight to Lagos. We
The last post I wrote as a small diary. I haven’t been writing much the last month, so this post will be a sort of summary over the last 30+ days. First of all I left the beautiful and nice place in Antas/ALama. It has absolutely nothing to do with
The last days have been amazing, troubled, easy living, expensive, hard, interesting and much more. Not an easy job to describe, but here goes. First of all Mary and I split up after some days in Fisterra and Ourence, she went to Barcelona by train, I drove back to Santiago
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