Day 26: Parroquia católica San Julián. Elia and I were invited in and got a stamp in our passport
Colourful but poisoneous salamanders hiding in the leaves. Elia knew everything. So impressed by him.
American Landon to the left and Italian Elia entering Furelos
Landon before the bridge into Furelos
Italian Elia and American Landon from New Orleans having octopus in Furelos.
Octopus. I do not have to try that again. I prefer to pet them under water
The first of many "Horreos". A place to store food safely away from mice. Over time, the horreos grew into something artistical to display the wealth of the owner. Near Rivadiso
Landon walking through Rivadiso.
A Calzada. The cows found their own way home from the fields.
At Albergue A Ponte de Ferreiros in Outeiro. All soaked up from rain. But the beer was worth it.
From Elia. Not sure where and when. But definitely rain and autumn colours
At Albergue A Ponte de Ferreiros in Outeiro. Great mixed salad (only the first of three dishes for a standard pilgrim meal at 10 - 12 Euros, wine and bread included). Elia had some salad
At Albergue A Ponte de Ferreiros in Outeiro. Main dish - chicken with frites.