Camino De Santiago: Days 31 -33 - Las Herrerias to Fonfria to Sarria to Portomarin

 A beautiful but long, steep walk up to O'Cebreiro.

A beautiful but long, steep walk up to O'Cebreiro.

 Beautiful Galicia

Beautiful Galicia

 The absolute best thing to eat in the quaint town of O'Cebreiro-- a big bowl of caldo gallego and rustic bread (and caffeine of course)

The absolute best thing to eat in the quaint town of O'Cebreiro-- a big bowl of caldo gallego and rustic bread (and caffeine of course)

 The Monumento do Peregrino looks out over the sweeping Galician view on the Alto San Roque.

The Monumento do Peregrino looks out over the sweeping Galician view on the Alto San Roque.

 Descending from tiny Fonfria in the early morning reveals mountain tops emerging from clouds like islands.

Descending from tiny Fonfria in the early morning reveals mountain tops emerging from clouds like islands.

 Breathtaking light filters in serene valleys outside of Triacastela.

Breathtaking light filters in serene valleys outside of Triacastela.

 Galician guard dog. Or maybe he's just sunning himself.

Galician guard dog. Or maybe he's just sunning himself.

 Leaving Sarria with lots of new faces who have arrived to walk the last 100 kilometers to Santiago.

Leaving Sarria with lots of new faces who have arrived to walk the last 100 kilometers to Santiago.

 a mysterious misty morning

a mysterious misty morning

 picturesque country roads on the walk to Portomarin.

picturesque country roads on the walk to Portomarin.

 The little Galician Camino mascot. He looks like a Miro inspired peregrino

The little Galician Camino mascot. He looks like a Miro inspired peregrino

 the reliable yellow arrow leads the way.

the reliable yellow arrow leads the way.

 The fortress and Church Igrexa de San Juan. (in the Galician dialect Igrexa = Iglesia)

The fortress and Church Igrexa de San Juan. (in the Galician dialect Igrexa = Iglesia)