I stayed in bed until 8:30 this morning and finally made it down to breakfast sometime afterward.
After breakfast, I walked to the tip of Muxia to see the Santuario da Nosa Senora da Barca. It is always good to have a good climb to begin the day 🙂 It was incredibly windy up there, but absolutely beautiful.
After walking to the top of the hill called Monte Corpino I made my way back down into town and had a cafe con leche.
And then I walked down to the seashore to feel the sand between my toes and the cold Atlantic around my ankles.
I love the ocean, I truly believe it is in my blood having been brought up on the south shore of Long Island, New York.
Today I am feeling as though I have come home!
The water looks so inviting. Glad you are enjoying it.
Wonderful photos and words!
Hey, I saw that bird’s cousin and many uncles and aunties here on the Jersey Shore the last couple of days!!! 🙂 They are so much larger than in Australia – I had no idea!! Britta
Arlene, how wonderful to be in Muxia. It is such a beautiful place, with an amazing history. I loved it. Your photos and post brought a tear to my eyes as the table in your cafe con leche photo was exactly where I sat, 10 months ago.
Continue to enjoy the journey and allow the salt water to course through you, renewing and invigorating.
I feel as if I am there with you. Enjoy the journey say a pray for me and my recovery. Call me when you get back home and looking forward to the next adventure you take…Love ya kathy
Arlene did y get in touch with my friend Tracy yet? Little fox house in Caratona,so close to Muxia
Looks beautiful. I get the feeling you are thoroughly enjoying this Camino.
I am happy for you.
Can’t wait until we chat when you return to the States.
Arlene, Great photos and commentary. I am looking forward to following in your footsteps so to speak. Buen Camino.
I also like the freshness of the ocean and I can’t resist to the call of water which tell me “come in, you will feel cool after” 😉