- Camino(s) past & future
- 09/2015: Via de la Plata
I just finished watching Bitter Daisies set in Muriás, Asturias,Spain. It's mostly in Galician. For anyone trying to practice their listening skills in Galician this is a good resource. Since it was for the most part close enough to Spanish I could understand it. I wonder if it wouldn't take much to learn some basic Galician to have a simple conversation. I was uncomfortable that I was not able to speak back in Gallego when I was in Santiago. The story line is interesting at any rate. The camino was mentioned as the Pope was to visit Santiago so there was a shortage of police who had been called on to help for the event.