Today we walked another 30km to stop in Arzua. It was exceptionally hard due to the fact that much of it was uphill. Along the way, I got to visit with some of my Camino friends from Australia and England. It is always great to get to talk and spend more time with people I have met along the way.
We passed through a town called Melide that is renowned for its octopus dishes. Naturally, we had to stop and try some. It was good, but nothing I would walk over 700km for again.
When I arrived at the albergue today, I had to lay down. I was so tired. I slept for almost 2 hours! I guess the lack of sleep at night is really catching up with me.
I forgot to update you on the status of Didier. The other day, he lost his cell phone. It had all of his photos and videos from his pilgrimage trip and he was very down. Almost to the point of quiting the Camino. He was very upset to have lost all the memories of photos. The Aggies were able to encourage him and he is now probably ahead of us. I hope we complete the journey together.
We have another two days of about 20km each to complete the Camino de Santiago. I am really excited about the next few days.