Travel Blogs from Finisterre
Finisterra...Fisterre....not sure of the real name of this village and not too sure they know either given the varying spellings on the signs. What I do know this is where the ancient (pagan) pilgrimage ended for it is here when one stood at …
The Camino for me is all but over. I'm in Muxia tonight and back to Santiago tomorrow. I am still on my Camino but I am off the walking Camino. Got my Compestella, certificate of distance, photos and memories for a lifetime. When I get home to Prescott I will organize my notes, journal and photos and write a complete record for this blog. But for now ... Buen Camino to ...
... his credital. Had cafe leche and the sun came out. Checked in the albergue and headed back to the cathedral. Sunshine. Heat. walked around the village. Next lunch. We had octopus. Surprise as I thought we had ordered calmari. Oh well, that's what happens when you don't speak Spanish. It was good especially with a bottle of vino Blanca. Today was a day to walk around, enjoy the views and the sunshine Tomorrow back to Santiago by ...
... you climbing anything is easy these days. And they do our washing! Yay! Hedley spent time trying to get hold of his wife for her birthday and finally succeeded. It's also quiet up the top so hopefully will stay that way tonight and we can get sleep before catching the 9:30 bus back to Santiago in the morning.
Two hills is all we had to challenge us today. Two hills to get over the headlands to Fisterra. The first was freaking steep and ...
... Rain slowed down so quick walk back to the albergue. Randy had his walking stick cut in 2 with the plan to throw half in the Atlantic in Finisterre and the other half in Muxia. We started to the beach and got soaked with a sudden downpour with hail. The half stick did make it into the ocean. Had to use the clothes dryer to dry off. Tried to put Randy in the dryer but he didn't ...