Just by the Cathedral we saw three Irish female pilgrims looking confused at their map. Alan spoke to them and they wanted the Way to Finisterra. He showed them the way and wished them, Ultreia et suseia!
We breakfasted in a Café by the market which was full of life and interesting things to eat!
Shopping is one of our favourite pastimes and we enjoyed looking for those special items that make a good gift! Books are not allowed, but he bought three! His argument for doing so was two were gifts, he would read the other one and then give it away as a gift later! The heart can always find an excuse to buy something it wants even if it is forbidden!
We returned to our hotel to have a siesta and pack.
The Mochilla was packed and then wrapped like a silk cocoon ready for the flight!
We went to our favourite bar for some Vino and Tapas. We sat at the bar next to a young German woman who had walked from Porto and had now come back from Finisterra and Muxia!
It all looks so delicious and we couldn’t eat it all so decisions had to be made!
We did not take pictures of all we ate. A scallop or „Jakobsmuschel“ is a must we felt and we rounded it off with Torte de Santiago!
Alan had asked his Spanish friend what one drinks as a liquor after a meal. A Licor de Hierbas was the answer and so he ordered one with the coffee. But the Torte de Santiago came with a coffee liquor too, so Alan had to drink both! It wasn’t that hard to do he said and we’ll sleep well!
We are now on our way home and looking forward to seeing our family and friends again!