Before we arrived at Pazo De Sedor, half of us met up at a pulperia for octopus, typically known as pulpo in Spanish. Now I’m pretty much game to at least try something once, but if I don’t like it then I don’t have to eat it. I took one piece and for me it was a textural thing. Way too many little suction cup things on it. Nonetheless, I tried it and opted for fried eggs with chorizo sausage. In Europe, one never finds fried eggs on a menu for breakfast. In fact, you would be hard pressed to find an egg of any kind. Normally you get bread, cheese, yogurt, fruit, jam and cereal. If you’re gluten or lactose intolerant you’re just kind of hooped unless you like bulking up on fruit, which is not such a bad thing. So when I saw the fried eggs and chorizo it was akin to dying and going to heaven… pure bliss! Yesterday I promised you lots of pictures with very little blog and here I am carrying on. Enough for now, enjoy the pictures!