The scenery on the main route has none of the valley walking I enjoyed on the previous two day's and spends most of its time crossing a huge open but fairly flat rock garden. The multi-
|I'm on a road to nowhere|
The next 6kms, heading north along the coast, included some of the best scenery I’ve seen on the trip. The first stretch was densely occupied
fishermen and I actually saw one them with a fish, a huge sea bream which he had hauled several hundred feet up the cliff face. Further along there was a stunning natural with bedecked with yet more fishermen. In the final bay, on a day that captured the best of the Fishermen’s Trail, a group of surfers (shoal?) bobbed up and down in the sea waiting endlessly for the elusive big wave. arch
|Natural arch just south of Cabo do San Vicente|
After leaving the Fishermen’s Trail, rejoining a now familiar Historic Route, the sky darkened and it started to rain, the first sustained rain I’ve had in 9 days of walking. Tomorrow it’s back to Brighton, where the weather will probably be more mixed.