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Name of small town

Discussion in 'Camino Ingles' started by Abigail Kelly, Oct 12, 2017 at 8:41 PM.

  1. Abigail Kelly

    Abigail Kelly Member

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    Hi guy's for the last few days I have been rattling my brain to remember the small town which is roughly about 12 km before Sigueiro.... help! I took a bus from A Coruna to there and then walked to Sigueiro. I actually didn't meet one person on that route and got lost a few times.. but it was really nice. I am trying to retrace my steps and for the life of me, I can't remember the name. I have tried google etc. Thank you, guys ...
     
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    If you took a bus there from A Coruña it would probably be Ordes or Meson do Vento (a little further than 12k and a very small place). Either of those sound familiar?
     
  3. Abigail Kelly

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    I am not sure... this is wicked really. I know for sure it's not Meson do Vento. Ordes sticks out but yet I have a nagging feeling it was called something else. Thank you for suggestions and if I stumble across anything in the meantime I will post :)
     
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    Any of these town names look familiar? IMG_1162.PNG
     
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    I never thought of the bus schedule lol. It has to be Ordes I googled the distance to Sigueiro from there and it all fits with what I walked. It was so early in the morning when I got there I just stopped for a coffee and started walking after 10 minutes so I did not see much of the town. Thank you thank you once again.
    That was a really nice quiet walk with a few quaint old houses on route. When I got lost I remember reading in Johnnie book if need be flag down a car and ask for directions. So I did this lol. The poor guy he had no English and me no Spanish. It was at a crossroad and he kept saying recht recht thank god I remembered some German. As I followed this for a while and there it was ... my waymarker :)
     
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    Hi and welcome to the forum........

    Suggestion: - Some people remember things by hearing the names, but some are better at remembering things via sight. Try Googling the names of the two suggested city's then click on images. By doing so you might visually recognize something in the photos which could trigger your memory thus providing you with the actual name of the city which you seek.

    Buen Camino !
     
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