the mainstay of the pilgrims are the bocadillas you can get from just about any bar along the way. It is hard to describe how much pleasure you can get from a fresh crusty roll with ham, cheese and tomato after the first mornings walking stage. Most pilgrims take a first and second breakfast one of which will be a bocadilla of some sort. As you move between the different provinces the cheese and gamon (ham) change with the territory and for that matter so does the bread. Today’s at Portomarín was just the best so far and made the morning worthwhile.

Just a fairly straight forward focus on K’s today (33) so I can look forward to a good easy run into Santiage which is 73 km away. Good walking weather again.

not many photos today and stopping tonight in the small village of Ligonde.

Portomarín Ligonde

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