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... iupon hours and yet the people who left after us always seem to catch up with us! We have meet new people on the camino one from Bilbao one from the Basque region and a young man from Italy, we have had dinner together twice. And are very nice. We are getting very code to Santiago! You can feel the excitement of the anticipation! Tomorrow is another long ...
Had a great windN/W f5/7 and made good time no engine. Had the privilege of dolphins everyday at least four times a day. Was non stop to north Spain. All good but the last 60 miles was rough, wet and uncomfortable. But we made it in at 5 am extremely tired and when we'd put the boat to bed we fell into a dead sleep. A hot day and thankful for the ice maker. :) Next stop is Bayonne a lovely spot, 80 miles on round coast, turquoise water and swim time before going onto Canaries, can't ...
... height (needlessy to say the floor was rather sticky). 2 days later the Hitzeroth's were ready: we were going to cycle 250km along the Camino de Santiago in 6 days. Not because we are particularly religious, but it seemed like a fitting way to send off my grandmother who had passed away earlier this year while I was overseas. "What is the Camino?" (In case you were wondering): the Camino is an ancient pilgrimage that used to be up there with ...
... There it lay, undiscovered for the next eight centuries until a holy light was seen emanating from the coffin. At this time the war between the Christian kingdoms and the Muslim armies was reaching a state of repeated defeat and morale was very low on the Christian side. During the battle of Clavijo, in 844, the Christians were preparing to resist the Muslim demand for the yearly tribute of a hundred maidens. They soon began to realise how very outnumbered ...
The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela is the most famous place for pilgrimages in Spain, as Santiago (St. James) is the patron saint of Spain.
The Cathedral was started in 1075 on the site of the church of Alfonso III as I previously described, and the main body of the church was built over the tomb of the apostle James, so under the altar is the crypt that contains the remains of ...
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