We climbed to Vigo Alta and left the city on a very quiet Saturday morning. Our view of the river, … Continue reading Resting in Redondela with my fella
Leaving Baiona we headed northeast. This put us facing the sun and into the mountains away from the beautiful coast. … Continue reading We go to Vigo
Our way out of Oía was scenic. The ocean was calm and there were no other pilgrims in our view. … Continue reading A bottle of red, a bottle of white and lots of tapas in Baiona tonight
Sadly, our final morning in Caminha, Portugal was gray and struggling to clear. We were not going to swim the … Continue reading Oia vey; We are in Spain
If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring? Pilgrims (or in our case, peregrinos). Today was a … Continue reading May Day, May Day!
The morning was dreary and cool. We headed north along the ocean and, as is my way, I asked for … Continue reading Over the hills and through the woods from Esposende to Viana do Castelo we go…
The morning sky appeared threatening but not threatening enough to keep the Stand-up paddle boarders from their routine. We got … Continue reading Hail no-Oh Hail yes; to Esposende we go!
TAP airlines to Porto, a metro train to Vila do Conde and we start our redux Caminho feeling great. Peregrino … Continue reading Bom Caminho, Spring into action
At the age of ten, in the fourth grade, I was assigned the country of Portugal for my first long … Continue reading Sigh, Portuguese pastry
We took the train from Vila do Conde into Coimbra to reset, rethink and reorganize. This third largest city in … Continue reading Flip a Coimbra