A beautiful cemetary in a small village.
The problem with crossing a bridge and a river is that you always will be going uphill afterwards!
A good example of an horreo, the raised granaries common in Galicia. The toadstool like stones are to keep the rats out.
Greg and I at the point where the camino splits to Finisterra or Muxia.
Another pretty easy day, 22 km of relatively gentle slopes. We walked past a lot of wind turbines, a resevoir, lots of dairy farms.
We got to the new albergue here in Dumbria about 12:30 but it does not open till 3 pm. The doors were not locked so we went in, found bunks, took showers and washed clothes. It is 1:20, so we will go out to try to find groceries, restaurant, and wifi, hopefully. And hope they won't mind that we let ourselves in early.
This building was just completed last year, very sleek and modern. It is very well designed and nice compared to most albergues.