Friday, September 17, 2010
Caldas de Reis
We had an early dinner at 3 pm, a pilgrim menu next door. We ate with the thee Austrians and most of us had reya a la Gallega for our second plate. We asked and were told it was pescado (fish), but it was not that great and unlike any fish that I have ever eaten. I looked it up in my dictionary and figure that is was sting ray!
Tomorrow morning, Marge wil take the bus with the three Austrians. The men are going as far as Padrón, then will walk to Teo for the night and on into Santiago on Sunday. The women will take the bus to Santiago, then Iris will take a taxi to the airport and Marge a taxi to the cathedral to find a place to stay for the night. I will walk from here tomorrow to Padron then walk on Sunday into Santiago. No buses for me. After that we will be tourists.
The weather here in Spain has been delightfully in the 70's with no rain yet and none predicted for the next two days.