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... whether it be from God, a family member, friend, or colleague?” and “Coming off your Camino experience, do you have feelings of superiority over those who stayed behind? If so, how can you work to stay humble and grateful?” Great stuff, challenging, important questions for anyone who has returned from a long journey, especially such a pilgrimage.
It turns out that this young couple who started Pilgrim House, are most recently ...
... a man told the congregation in Spanish and English that there was to be no photography during the service. Tom was one of the few who heeded this. Here is a link to a YouTube vide which will give you an idea of what the ceremony with the Botafumeiro is like: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtxuvtZq Oog
Our room was ready by now so we settled in before exploring the town, which is a lot hillier ...
... They told me that if I don't print out my boarding pass ahead of time, I get charged 40€ or $60 dollars at the counter. I found a pay-by-the-minute computer where I could print it out. It was a little difficult because I couldn't get it to translate into English, but I got it printed! Tomorrow we will arrive in Santiago. If we get there early enough, we can attend the pilgrim's mass at noon. Adios, ...
... and hopefully because it's a weekend I get to see them all!
See some funny sights here as some of you have seen and today I add a pick for you of meat delivery at the local deli. Imagine trying to do that on Oz! And as you can see from the pics it was raining today. We've been blessed with such good weather. Galicia averages 300 days of rain a year so shut up and pray for it to be good shortly.
Did a late wander and went back to the cafe ...
... None of that mattered. We had the choice to call a taxi every time we encountered a road and yet we still walked on.
When we reached the outskirts of Santiago we noticed many of the pilgrims stopping to take a picture. As we approached closer someone was kind enough to take our picture too. Just prior to this point we had walked around the end of the airport and then back into a light forested area. When we reached the monument at the top of the hill ...