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25 travelers at this place:

  • Day8


    July 21, 2018 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 21 °C

    ...nach insgesamt 37.5 km bin ich gegen 15Uhr hier gelandet.. halbtot.. da der Weg viel weiter war als gedacht...die letzten 5 km waren äusserst ging nur mit Zähne zusammenbeißen ans Ziel...

    Dann habe ich geduscht.. kurz geschlafen.. was gegessen und gleich schlaf ich weiter.. bin so mega durch...
    Wer kommt auch auf die Idee über Vigo nach Redondela zu laufen?!

    Statt 11...37,5 km... wie blöd muss man sein... 🤣🤣🤣😩

    ..trotzdem stolz es ohne Taxi etc geschafft zu haben... es setzt bei mir gerade ganz viel an Energie und Euphorie frei... es ist schon geil..😁😊😄👍

    Mein Resümee gibt's aber erst am Ende der Reise... vorher liegen noch 5 Tage Wanderung vor mir...

    Bis morgen..und demnächst gute Nacht 😋😘
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  • Day23

    Dear friend

    November 7, 2018 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 14 °C

    Today I met my friend Annette at Vigo airport and we walked from there to Redondela. Before arriving at our albergue we spied a restaurant crowded with people. It obviously needed us! So a delicious meal of stuffed calamari in its own ink, followed by a platter of desserts. Luckily we were very close to our destination along a peaceful stream. The sun was shining!Read more

  • Day19

    Vigo to Redondela

    June 1, 2018 in Spain ⋅ 🌙 14 °C

    While we were having breakfast at the hotel which was next to tasteless, we could see the sky's opening up. Our thoughts were we had to walk in that. Grin and bear we are pilgrims you take the good and the bad. One could always pray, and hope we are heard. So after a glass of freshly squeezed O.J. and a cup of tea, and a prayer to the one above we were on our way. By now the rains had settled down to a drizzle, and after 10.00 minutes or so it was completely gone. We were heard!. As a side note the last thing we do before we leave our accomodation is to say a prayer, and we take it in turns to do this.

    We were on a roll in getting stamps now. Today I think we got 5. Impressive. I have only one more page and my passport is completely full. I either need to get another passport, and if not do it over some of the printed matter on the back of the passport. Will cross that bridge when I come to it.

    The journey today was climbing but it was all the way a gentle climb. We were just walking round the entire port of Vigo for miles. It is a large port, and seems to go on for miles. When we first saw the view of the harbour and the port as we were walking it looked great. But as we kept walking the view just got better., yet it was the same view basically.

    We stopped for a shoe shopping break, and then off again. We went to a church and for a change it was open and there were people in it. As we knelt to pray a gent came up and asked if we wanted a stamp in sign language. Of course we did, we had been going to ask, I think the gent was a priest. So that was great. We are told the staff at Santiago de Compostella like pilgrims to have stamps from churches. One yesterday, one today we are on a roll.☺

    Then we were walking past a taverna and a dog was playjng with two people, and we stopped to watch. A old lady came out and asked if we wanted a stamp. Yes! We are on to it. A cranberry drink and some nachoes with it, and we were on our way.

    Photos a galore, walking through a forrest, a beautiful glade, a small but very cute water fall, and now two very hungry pilgrims wanting some lunch and not a taverna to be seen. Then there is a sign to say 500 meters to a bar. Yes !!!!!

    Well it was not just 500 meters, but it was up a very steep climb. If you were not hungry you would be by the time you got to the top. But the food and the service was worth it. I ate the biggest pasta bowl in my life, and Shyama did justice to a baguette which was a foot long. ( Of course we shared each other's food).

    The distance today was 16kms and finding our accomodation was a bit of an issue, but we got there. We are both of the mind to get some bread and noodles and have it the apartment.

    My body is starting to feel the ache of non stop walking for the last 2 weeks. 12 days straight on the Camino, and two days prior to that in Porto , not to mention the plane journey and the side trip to Poland. Come the morning your back on the road, and actually looking forward to what's on for the day. We met a lot of pilgrims while having lunch at the taverna, 6 cyclist came along, but after lunch when we were walking we met so many cyclists and walking pilgrims, including a young girl from Australia.

    The main photo is me getting the blood back from my legs to the rest of my body. Coming down the steep hill was hard on the knees. The elevation was 240 meters and we came down some very steep steep parts to get back to sea level. Also in the pictures you see how still the water in the harbour is. It was like a painting at times.

    A big thank you to all of you who comment, post, like etc. As that makes it a two way communicatuon and everyone who know's me, know what an introvert quite, shy person I am.🤗
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  • Day9

    Day 5 Tui to Redondela

    April 19, 2016 in Spain ⋅

    Day 5 Tui to Redondela
    32.4 km 20.1 miles
    Today was not a repeat of yesterday of terms of someone looking for their torch. I was up and out of the Albergue for 6.30am in total darkness.
    I would like to paint a picture of warmth and a pleasant start but I would be lying. It was lashing rain. Waterproofs on and trying to negotiate a maze of streets out of the town. I knew that I was onto a good thing when I followed two Italian pilgrims who were also setting off. They looked exhausted and they were just starting.
    I realise why the Spanish side of the Camino is great. They take it seriously. The way is well marked and gravelled. No flipping cobble stones and muddy sections.
    The rain continued most of the day but I enjoyed it. I stopped for a great breakfast at 8.30am. I ordered coffee,juice and a bacon sandwich. My Spanish teacher and Estelle won't believe me that it was all in Spanish.
    I reached a point where there was an alternative route through countryside or a kilometre shorter route through an industrial estate. It was still lashing. I had already taken my shoes and socks off twice this morning to get across streams. I decided to walk the industrial route for 5 km. no pictures because you can all picture it. A straight road, lashing rain and that chemical smell that grips the back of your throat. For some reason, I kept humming ELO ' I wish I was a Wild West hero'. Must have been the chemicals.
    I stopped briefly in an industrial town called Porrino for some fruit and a drink. There was nothing else remarkable about the place. The rain never helps.
    I continued a slog up a flipping long hill and the downhill to A place called Redondela, which next to the sea. The Albergue was originally a 16th century manor tower house. It has excellent facilities. I have managed to wash and dry all my kit and get a bottom bunk. A very important point. So, it is a couple of drinks, a bite to eat and I feel a snore fest coming on. Buen Camino mis amigos.
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  • Day9

    Coole Herberge

    October 9, 2018 in Spain ⋅ 🌙 19 °C

    Heute hätte der Weg nicht sehr viel zu bieten. Die Herberge ist allerdings echt schön. Ein altes Herrenhaus aus dem 16. Jahrhundert sogar mit nem kleinen Museum.

  • Day6


    May 7, 2018 in Spain ⋅

    After a broken night's sleep we left early, just after 7am while it was still dark.

    The day instantly picked up when we found that a lovely panaderia was already serving breakfast.

    Second breakfast at Mos - cafe part of a museum with great views.

    We frequently bump into fellow peregrino - from Sweden, Italy and Ireland.

    Nice to have a private room for n a pension tonight.
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  • Day14

    Weg zum Meer ☆☆☆

    May 17, 2016 in Spain ⋅

    Früh aufgestanden um 6 Uhr ging es auf den Camino. .. heute ist in Galizien ein Feiertag und es kam nach 5 km das erste Kaffee zum Frühstücken. Besonders überfüllt war das Café und trotzdem herzlich hat sich der Inhaber um jeden Pilger gekümmert . Weiter ging es frisch gestärkt nach Redondela. .. dort angekommen hab ich die Herberge im rustikalen Casa de Torre bezogen. In dem Städtchen war richtig was los. .. Musik, Theater und ein Umzug mit Gauklern. Das Leben ist schön ☆☆☆Read more

  • Sep12

    Etappe 6: Caminah - Mouges

    September 12, 2017 in Spain ⋅

    Heute morgen 9:00 Uhr haben wir nach zwei Nächten auf dem Campingplatz Portugal verlassen und sind mit der Fähre über den Rio Minho nach Spanien übergesetzt. Das sonst sonnige Spanien begrüßte uns mit grauen Wolken, Nieselregen und deutlich anspruchsvolleren Wegen. Unsere Route führte zunächst steil den Berg hinauf und dann wieder bergab zur Küstenstadt A Guarda. Von dort aus liefen wir an der Spanischen Küste immer weiter bis nach Mouges, wo wir in einer typischen Pilgerherberge direkt an der Küste in einem größeren Schlafsaal übernachteten. Die Unterkunft war nur dürftig ausgestattet, aber wir hatten jeder ein Bett und etwas zu essen. Zum Abschluss des Tages, konnten wir noch einen schönen Sonnenuntergang direkt am Meer beobachten. Laufstrecke: 21,3 kmRead more

  • Sep13

    Etappe 7: Mouges - Vigo

    September 13, 2017 in Spain ⋅

    Wir haben uns dazu entschlossen, die heutige Strecke zum Teil mit dem Bus zu fahren, da wir nicht mehr ganz so viele Tage zur Verfügung haben und der Rest des Camino sonst zu stressig wird. Nach einem Kaffee und ein paar Madeleines (typisches spanisches Gebäck) sind wir heute morgen aus unserer Pilgerherberge los und durch eine sehr öde Landschaft entlang der Küste nach Baiona gelaufen. Baiona ist ein sehr schöner kleiner Touristenort direkt an der Küste, mit schönen Geschäften und vielen Restaurants, wir wir gegen Mittag uns auch etwas zu essen gegönnt haben. Bei mir gab es einen sehr großen Hamburger, der auf der Karte allerdings als kleiner angepriesen wurde. Ein einheimischer sagte uns, dass der große doppelt so groß sei und ich besser den kleinen bestellen sollte. Von Baiona aus fuhren wir direkt mit dem Bus weiter nach Vigo (ca. 300.000 Einwohner), wo wir in einem Hostel eincheckten, welches für 18€ pro Person jedoch leider einen miserablen Zustand bot. Nachdem wir uns zwei Mal beschwert hatten, bekamen wir schlussendlich ein Zimmer mit fünf Betten für uns alleine, was dann soweit in Ordnung war. Laufstrecke: 13,1kmRead more

  • Sep14

    Etappe 8: Vigo - Redondela

    September 14, 2017 in Spain ⋅

    Nach einem ausgiebigen Frühstück sind wir heute morgen Richtung Redondela gestartet. Da Steffi gerne weiter an der Küste gehen wollte, ich jedoch gerne den Weg über die Berge nehmen wollte, haben sich unsere Wege heute mal nach ein paar gemeinsamen Kilometern getrennt. Mein Weg war für mich der bisher anspruchsvollste. Die Hälfte meiner Strecke ging es bis auf 367 m über dem Meeresspiegel sehr steil bergauf und anschließend wieder bergab bis nach Redondela, ein kleiner Ort am Ria de Vigo Fjord. Seit Vigo ist die Landschaft deutlich bergiger und das Wandern wird zunehmen anstrengender. Angekommen in Redondela konnten wir kurz nach Mittag wieder eine klassische Pilgerherberge mit Mehrbettschlafsaal beziehen. Was für mich Anfangs noch ungewohnt war, wird von Tag zu Tag zur Gewohnheit und macht mir immer weniger aus. Ich freue mich allerdings auch schon wieder sehr auf meine eigenen vier Wände und mein eigenes Bett, ohne fremde Menschen um mich herum. Laufstrecke: 18 kmRead more

You might also know this place by the following names:

Redondela, ريدونديلا, ردندلا, レドンデーラ, Редондела, 雷东德拉

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