Lunch. Bread. Everywhere bread.
Football / soccer is so big they have vending machines for balls.
There is absolutely no wifi in this town. So, no photos.
It was a wild day. We walked 25 km with a few ups and downs then we hit the hardest five km of the Camino. It would be like walking from Fall River to the wave on Water Street then going up to the Citadel ten times. All doable in time.
We stayed in a massive government run Alburge with a view beyond words. The town is a national historic site with 1720 internet facilities.
Halifax, Nova Scotia