Spelt that way it can only mean one thing – we are back on the original way – this time the Camino Portuguese .
This small town on the wise River Lima is a little jewel. Beautiful well preserved buildings – riverside vineyards and parks. It’s a great place to start your Camino if you only have 10 days over school half term.
First taste the night before as we walk through the narrow streets of Portuguese specialities the Alborhiño green wine and Bacalhaö dishes.
We stay at the Arc-Otel opposite the Municipal Alberque. I have not subjected the girls to their first Hostel – yet !! Especially as the first day is so difficult and warns about it in all the guidebooks
A good nights sleep 💤 needed to tackle tomorrow.