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Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela
... apparel for such ceremonial sacrifice 'cause "all the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten these stinking clothes" (as Lady Macbeth might have said). Here on, there will be further travel tales only on Facebook. Thank you for coming with me on this long LONG walk :) It's been a hoot. -Krishna ...
We reached Santiago just after 1 this afternoon. And have been meeting up and celebrating with many other perigrinos with whom we have walked different bits of the track. An altogether wonderful day even though the actual walk into Santiago is boring at best! -Krishna ...
... for a taxi to Finisterre. We discussed the fact that we had nothing to prove by walking today, after Muxia we felt we had completed our goal. Mike went up to pack and Hannah showed up for breakfast already packed, I told her about the possible taxi and she indicated that she liked to walk in the rain, this wasn't looking good. Two pilgrims came in who had left Muxia at 6:30 in the dark, they didn't look all ...
... By day 6 I could barely move my legs, nor could I really sit, because my bum was so sore from 6 hours on the saddle every day. But how do I explain that feeling of cycling into Santiago and finally arriving at the Impressive cathedral? Pilgrims were lying all over the square, just taking in the moment and I understood why - an overwhelming feeling of accomplishment. Sore muscles: yes Near mental breakdown: yes Family bonding: yes Worth it: yes ...
... We had planned on carrying two large backpacks and two small ones but ended up using a company (Xacotrans) to carry our packs from hotel to hotel. The reasons were: Gerardo's back was hurting, and our backpacks were way too heavy for us to carry without his help. If we had been on the Camino for longer we would have needed to get better gear and four smaller backpacks instead of two humungous ones.
The first day on the Camino was 20km, ...
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