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... for two nights. I have been into town, but haven't taken many pictures as of yet. Actually, I am a bit overwhelmed. Or maybe it is a sense of letdown, although I don't know why it should be so. Somehow, I don't feel finished. I don't feel ready to be here. Santiago is so affluent. Somehow it doesn't fit for me. But I will try to get into the spirit of the celebration by attending Mass ...
... you wouldn't normally get. Another great guy! I also checked out another hostel, and the lady was super sweet.
The international tourists were also quite nice and friendly and I chatted with several in Spanish and English. Like Ibiza, everyone was from everywhere.
Rhetorical Questions/Comments for the people in Santiago de la Compostela
* I got nothing! You people and your town are awesome!
* OK, maybe "rain, rain, go away!". Ha!
We were now officially on the pilgrimage road leading to the
final destination, Santiago del Compostelo. At breakfast Herb and Judy spoke to
two pilgrims from San Diego who actually walked from Paris, France! He is 70
years old and his wife a little younger. Apparently they walk about 20 miles a
day. The movie "The Way' is based on this Camino de Santiago. Shells mark the
... rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">St James Way or El Camino de Compostela, as the Spanish call it, is quite an unbelievable tale. If it proves nothing else, it proves that those who hold the faith need no factual evidence of anything; it wholly substantiates the true definition of Faith, an ability and willingness to believe without needing proof.
I walked for 38 days along three different Camino pilgrimage paths for 730kms. It was a slow start and a speedy finish, a race and a reflection, it was painful and powerful and it all makes for a rather complicated and lengthy blog post!
It must be a rather tiresome sight for the folks of St Jean Pied-de-Port in the west of France to watch the parade of shiny new pilgrims in their fresh boots and clean backpacks wend their way up from the train station to the ...