With much less distance to cover and fewer hills to climb, today felt like a gentle stroll compared to the previous  two days . 

A rather uneventful day all in all, most enjoyable none the less.

Our Albergue was adequate with all the facilities needed, apart from kitchen utensils that is, so no delicious  Spanish chicken cooked by Richard sadly,

Arriving back after dinner 10 minutes before the Albegue lock up time , Richard realised he had left his sun glasses on the bar table so sprinted back with Mark to fetch them.

Returning a few minutes later, feeling pleased with themselves that they were back 2 minutes to the 10pm deadline , the perimeter gate was  locked shut …. Early !!

After shouting for a few minutes to attract attention , Davin heard us and after much arm twisting finally agreed to bring a chair so that we could climb over the fence. As we began to do so a much smarter fellow pilgrim walked up and gently pushed the gate open – muchas gracias.

Just two more days now and we will be in Santiago .

Graffiti we found in Baneira
Tony attempting to eat sunflower seeds
Richard helping a passing cyclist
A friendly Spanish pilgrim we met ali the way