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Galicia:Rias Altas/Baixas/Costa da Morte?

Old Mar 10th 2012, 12:17 pm
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Originally Posted by Triana
..... One quick question, should I try to learn a few phrases in Gallego before I go? ...
You could do, but in general the Galicians accept the use of Spanish/Castellano.
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Old Mar 10th 2012, 6:15 pm
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Originally Posted by Triana
Hi Siesta, thanks for your thoughts and good wishes. I'm sure we'll have a great time whatever we do. Sorry if I irritated you over the rain - I get annoyed sometimes when people make sweeping gereralizations about where I live, so I should have known better! I wasn't intending to be critical, just trying to say that whatever the weather was like, we'd be prepared, wouldn't moan and would enjoy ourselves but I can see how it came across. One quick question, should I try to learn a few phrases in Gallego before I go? Thanks, Triana
Galicia has had the second driest winter in 50 years. I am the first to moan about the cold and the rain but this winter has been exceptionally mild and dry. Galicia is already implementing drought plans by putting money aside for farmers. You cannot get much further North than where we live and there is a distinct dryness everywhere you look.
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Old Mar 10th 2012, 8:03 pm
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I have to make correction. I am sorry to say the city of Ourense is sometimes not the hottest spot in Spain.
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