Cadavedo To Luarca

Day 30

11.3 Miles, 18.2 K.

Walked & Written On May 22, 2022

Last night we stayed in Cadavedo at Apartamentos el Oligo. In my opinion, we had a long and hard day of walking. The Apartment was perfect for the four of us. We were able to cook in the kitchen and there was a washing machine! After many days of hand washing it was time for a good machine washing. Our Hosts made sure we had everything we needed…..even a Translator…thanks Sofía for enjoyable conversation all around!

As I was looking through the photos that were taken today I saw something that interested me. While walking Lisa had taken a photo of a Camino Way Marker with a snail on it. Some time later Vern took the same photo!

“Maybe One Day The Snail Will Reach Santiago de Compostela”. Quote & Photo by Lisa.
Vern’s Photo A While Later. Is This Well Documented Data Or Nancy With A Lot Of Time To Think??
139 Miles Left To Santiago de Compostela (Photos By Lisa)
On The Trail Reminder Brought To You By Rhonda & Lisa!
Rhonda Seems To Find A New Variety (To Me) Of Flower Every Day!
First Glimpse Of The Luarca Port (Photo By Vern)
Nancy & Vern In Luarca (Photo By Lisa)

A note to family, friends, supporters, and followers. For you to take time to view, like or comment on our postings means a lot. We love to share our daily walk with you. Many times the content, (photos and descriptions), depends on the level of exhaustion or energy that we may have at the end of the day. You inspire us to take the time to post a daily entry. Thank you for joining us on the Camino del Norte!

10 thoughts on “Cadavedo To Luarca

  1. I imagine it takes real commitment to sit down each day to prepare and share the day via a post. Looks like a great trip so far. The pictures are worth a thousand words!

  2. I love the picture of the Lavarca Port, (spelling?) that Vern took. All your comments are great. What an adventurous & arduous trip you are making for the, what, 3rd or 4th time? Awesome to be meeting new companions!

    • Thanks for following Crystal! This is our first time on the Camino del Norte, our fourth time on a Spanish/Portuguese Camino. For me, every Camino has its life lessons. So far, I am grateful for being in a frame of mind to examine my “warts”.

  3. Thank you all for taking the efforts and time in taking the photos and uploading them.
    It’s a very beautiful and tough journey where you all are undertaking. Wishing all of you lots of success, joy and a smooth wonderful journey with beautiful memories to look back on later on.
    Xxx Cheryl from Holland

    • Hi Cheryl,
      Nancy showed me your comment and gave me her phone so that I can respond.
      Thank you for your nice comment and for accompanying us on our pilgrimage. We do appreciate it a lot.
      Best regards, Marlies

  4. Lovely pictures once again! I hope the four of you are still feeling well, not too exhausted and your feet are not cross with you because of all the miles they have had to carry you.
    I‘m looking forward to a 3 day pilgrimage after Pentacost from Glashütten to Walldürn.
    Have a wonderful walking time and stay healthy!

  5. You are truly living in the moment. Taking in nature, wildlife, the hills and exhaustion as well as the daily needs of feeding the body and washing clothes. The photos are amazing and I’m able to see a lot more of Spain than when I went to years ago.

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