Hail no-Oh Hail yes; to Esposende we go!

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U.S. by us

The morning sky appeared threatening but not threatening enough to keep the Stand-up paddle boarders from their routine. We got off to a cool start. As we made our way to the ocean’s edge, we passed fields of wild calla lilies. So beautiful, they were stunning. We did pass the Fort of St John the Baptist on the way out of town. After being abandoned for multiple years, it is now an eight room boutique hotel. Minutes later, we saw dark clouds, and, as we were putting on rain protection, it started to hail and it hurt. Fortunately, it only lasted a minute or two as the wind blew the storm past us. We continued on through several towns along the ocean, walking on sidewalk, cobblestone and boardwalk.Our paths crossed with several other pilgrims. Along the boardwalk we met Maria from Sofia, Bulgaria, Frank from Germany, and a nice…

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