The day started well with getting up and
breakfast laid out for us in the kitchen.
We set off at a good pace,
We continued on some medieval
tracks, and at one point Sue stumbled and fell, but lucky didn't hurt herself.
The monestary of San Salvador
de Cornellana was all shut up,
so we headed
uphill out of the town , pausing at a rest
stop for biscuits and to refill our water.
From there it was wooded trails and some
motorway building sites, past a rest area
with drinks machines
to a church that was collecting money
for a new roof
by letting pilgrims donate and sign
There we discovered that Korean
lady we had met earlier
had signed a tile the day before us!
From there a long straight road under
with a closed church of Santiago
and a picnic spot and watering hole
Then a stop for sandwiches at a
wonderful Albergue the
La Gigal De Xugabolos
And on we went through Salas up a long
wooded river valley to country roads
when it started to pour with rain.
We arrived cold and wet to be greeted
David and Celia at the Bodenaya
where we had a relaxed evening over
dinner with a fun group.
San Salvador de Cornellana