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Shell motif Camino de Santiago

Camino Primitivo
from Valleviciosa/Oviedo
via Lugo to Melide on the Camino Francés
322km.

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Day 5 Tineo to Pola de Allende - 33.k


Early morning departure from Albergue in Tineo

Good signing through Tineo

The Fuente de San Juan just after leaving Tineo

Good signing Aprox 2k after Tineo

Nice shady bench Aprox 3k after Tineo

Mist lifting near Las Canteironas

Beautiful way en-route to Alto de Piedratecha

Route re-joins road approaching Alto de Piedratecha

Route near where “Way” splits off to Obana Monastery

After “Way” splits off to Obana Monastery

Perigrino fills water bottle at the Fuente at Villaluz

Road section before Campiello

Largest coffees of the Camino at the Bar at Campiello

Right turn after El Fresno / El Espin

The route towards Borres

Route approaching Borres

Signing to Albergue at Borres

Route leaving Borres

Route after San Brismo

Friendly bar at La Morta

Route towards Colinas

Road section towards Porciles

Crossing The Alto de Porciles

Road section after The Alto de Porciles

Route re-joins road en-route to Alto de Lavadoira

Summit of Alto de Lavadoira

Pleasant path down towards Pola de Allende

The route towards Pola de Allende

First glimpse of Pola de Allende

Final path section into Pola de Allende
Walking notes by Rob Steele
Day 5 dawned badly with my walking companion, Stevie being unable to continue, His feet were badly blistered, a combination of the extra miles and he wet weather. So he decided to take a few days off to see whether they would recover sufficiently for him to be able to re-join me alter on in the walk. My original plan was to walk around 20k to Borres, but I felt good, the weather had improved so I decided to keep going all the way to Pola de Allende which turned out to be a good decision !! The route was ever more becoming more mountainous with higher "Alto's" to cross and deeper valleys to plunge into, but the paths were good and there were sufficient villages with small bars / shops to be able to find lunch and coffee stops. A Great days walking !!

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