I am, quite possibly, about to blow lots of minds right now with this statement, particularly those who track the weather and most especially anyone living in drought stricken California: It has rained everyday for the last 60 days in Galicia.
No joke. True to soggy winter 2014 form, it has rained everyday since my arrival in Vigo Monday afternoon. While I expected the rain (it's Galicia, after all, the Northwestern portion of Spain where annual rainfall is amongst the highest in the country) what I did not expect was to be told how how often and how much it has rained so far this year. Well, the Gallegos seem to be dealing with the rain in a characteristically non-chalant fashion. So what, we get wet? So what we get soaked?