Oseira to A Laxe – 19.5 miles, 2-24-17
I left the monastery early climbing up into the dawn. The road of weathered stone was worn deep into the side of the mountain and I could imagine people following this path to the monastery during its flowering.
The path wound through hamlets, along streams filled with watercress and past herds of meat and dairy cows.
We stayed the night in a municipal albergue and fell asleep to the sound of parents and children playing music in the community space below.