Day Forty Eight. 18.2 K.,11.3 Mi.
Written on June 16, 2014.
Today we are walking from one small “village” to another small “village”. Why I am putting quotations around the word village is because I am not quite sure if they are villages. They are more like a group of structures. I am enjoying staying in remote, out of the way places. When we decided to walk shorter distances as much as possible we found ourselves walking to the less busy places on the Camino.
A Pilgrim “shrine” on the way to Gonzar.
Portomarin is a town on the way to Gonzar. It is unique and beautiful. Vern is walking into Portomarin to get some Euros and coffee. I am walking ahead to Gonzar.
The bridge on the way into Portomarin.
Most of the walking paths today were uphill. I was grateful that most of them were also shaded.