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... starts to back up and run like crazy past the far fence he has to stop at. Then lo and behold he starts driving down the road! RUN! But......he was empty - phew! Down the road got greeted by a really cute cow sticking her head out the window watching us walk by. Neat!
Love watching the map on the blog get closer to the end of the world. Great to look back and see how far wevw come. What a wonderful experience. Grateful for my life.
... the city, is something incredible. Multiple buildings have been constructed to take the natural shape of the hills around them. These buildings all have uniquely rounded features. There seems to be no straight lines in the entire construction. This "city of culture" is going to be the future site of Galicia's main museum, a national library, and a new theater. Now, however, the project has run out of money. Unfortunately, construction cannot resume until ...
... my independence in Spain for ordering and shopping for
myself, particularly difficult with my dietary requirements. The others are a
great help but I wish I was able to do more myself. I took the afternoon to
myself and sat in a nearby café to use their wifi.
After my return we went downtown again for
a relaxing walk; we went past a supermarket and made dinner and 5L of mojito
for the night (we did not drink it ...
... steps of thousands of pilgrims before us to stare up in awe at the cathedral of Santiago. We missed the Pilgrim's mass at midday by a half-hour but attended the next day after receiving our compostelas. Watching the Botafumeiro (incense holder) swing above my head, trailing clouds of smoke, and listening to the hymns echo through the church, I was awed at the magnitude of what we had become a part of. Since the middle ages, thousands have flocked ...
... the 'fast lane' highway in Spain and were able to travel 120 km/hr (or more) except for the 3 stops at the toll booths... for a total cost of 13.85 Euros (about $17.50 Canadian). Once we got to Santiago we drove around to see the city centre and a few special sites, then we parked and walked up a hill to the (Cathedral) Santiago de Compostela... an absolutely AMAZING, SPECTACULAR, FABULOUS... there really aren't any words to properly describe this place ...