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Beautiful pictures Ivar; I am anxious to get there in June this year.

I hope to see you then. Happy Easter to you and your family.

Thank you for this site and all the good work you do, I have one so I know the work involved... you have to have passion.
 
arghhhh the Brits.......

Always wondered why they eat beef and kidney pie and wish you Merry Xmas on New Year's Day ! :wink:
 
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The truth is that Peter is right, I "jumped the gun"...

But, the procession was nice... I went to another one last night. This one started at 21.00 so it was dark and created a nice atmosphere.

Not sure how the pictures turned out yet...

Happy Saturday :)

Ivar
 
Happy, Happy Easter, Ivar, and everyone else who comes to this delightful place.

Thank you for the pictures, they are gorgeous. Very well taken. They bring back many happy memories.

We hope to get to Santiago in early June. Thank you also for giving your phone number, Ivar. I am not sure whether I will ever dare sending you a message, but it's nice to know you're in Santiago.

claire
 
press photos from Thursday and Friday at
http://www.elcorreogallego.es/canales/g ... aleria.htm

Easter Day celebrations range from a reenactment of the Resurrection in Fisterra
http://www.elcorreogallego.es/canales/g ... aleria.htm
to horses
http://www.elcorreogallego.es/canales/g ... aleria.htm
and bulls
http://www.elcorreogallego.es/canales/g ... aleria.htm
in Padron, cheese in Palas de Rei
http://www.lavozdegalicia.es/ed_lugo/no ... TO=4693618
and aguardiente in Portomarin
http://www.elcorreogallego.es/index.php ... 6&Itemid=9

Something for every taste :)
 

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