Egido Las Provincias
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... are so many Canadians here and we are like a large family. One sweet girl from Hamilton was given the Camino as a grad gift after Univ and she lost her wallet yesterday. After lots of tears and running around a young Spaniard found it and returned it last night. She burst into our albergue to share her great news. The last 2 mornings we were walking by 7:10, and today 7:45. People are ...
So today started as any normal day for Lisa and I. But that wasn't an easy task for Lisa as she only got about 3 hours sleep after the interviews had finished. We got moving late today after breakfast and everyone getting ready. Today we felt another free walking tour was in order and to show Pom and Cla what they are all about. This one was very good and it showed us just how much Madrid was part of the history of Spain. Good or ...
So, after 2 years, 3 trips, 20,000 miles flying & 780 km of walking, I'm about 20km (12 miles) from Santiago de Compostela. Today was to be a short day, but it didn't feel like it. When I was walking I got to thinking about different things and specifically why I started this journey and I realized how emotional it may be to complete it. I will have an actual tangible outcome to one of the hardest things I've ...
... obvious because they are white in contrast to the dark, arid and featureless landscape. Hence the donkey or cable car from and to the port are preferred modes of transport. Kay, Eugene and I (the three amigos) spent just over a week in Thera - the main island of the Santorini group. We spent our time in splendid serenity strolling through narrow lane ways of white washed walls and blue doors mostly that led onto more narrow lane ways always with ...
... Royal Palace but I will stop it there, I think you have enough information about my favourite part of the trip this far. After the palace we visited the Valley of the Fallen. This is a basilica which means place of worship or church. It was located in the hills of Madrid but only took 30mins to get there. We drove through this long driveway and over a bridge and made it to the car park where we all got out, had lunch, then walked about ...