Am in Pontevedra north-west Spain, near Finisterre (end of the earth to ancient Europeans).
Zamburiñes are new to me, tiny scallops served with coral and a la plancha and doused heavily in refrito de ajo. Very quite nice!
More striking however is the alarming incedence of foreigners, natives aside, especially cagoule sporting 'Septics', who talk loudly and in turns. Could they be pilgrims? It is unusual to see Septics out of their tank at this most toubled of times. Should I put this down to religious fervour or are they merely doing a spot of Anthrax dodging?