Cycling the Camino Portugues: Finisterre to Muxia
I found a room at Casa Isolina. The owner was so friendly and helpful and was so kind to let me leave my bicycle there for collection.
In Muxia. I took a shower, fell on the bed and passed out.
That evening, I was on my way to watch the sunset, when I ran into Margot from the Netherlands. I joined her and Tim for a drink but declined dinner as I still had a mission to accomplish. I climbed onto a rock on the hill and had my little picnic while watching the last sunset of my bike trip. I didn’t feel emotional or sad, mainly just grateful that my bike and I was still in one piece and that I am so fortunate to have the ability to be able to do it. I would like to thank the following people for making it possible:
Mike for giving me the space to have these adventures.
For Ania and Lanie for giving me the idea.
Ania also for your tips and daily support.
Annemari, Carla and Mel for your messages and friendship.
For Moses who is prepared to put his leave on hold until I finished my adventure and always being available work wise.
Thank you for all my clients for your patience and support.