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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 …
... enjoy lunch and chat. Muxia is very small and we could see the entire town from our seats. At the edge where the rocks meet the ocean, there is a church that was built centuries ago. With constant renovation, it still stands in its original location. We stay long enough to take photos and then head back to the car. Martin is headed towards Santiago and offered to drive us for less than the cost to take the bus, like we planned. We pack in and head to Santiago, with ...
... before heading to the lighthouse for the sunset. As we are sitting at a bar on the main street, we chat about the Camino and people we have met along the way. Dinner was finished, time to head to the supermarket for beverages for the sunset. We head back to the albergue to each grab an item we will burn at sunset, which is a Camino tradition to symbolize the end of our journey. We chose to burn a pair of socks. This particular brand ...
... of town and start looking for the way towards the end of the road. We see some familiar faces and start chatting with them. Congratulations are exchanged and we ask how to get to the lighthouse, which is the end. We are informed that the lighthouse is another 3 kilometers uphill. Ugh!! We all look at each other, nod and start walking up the hill. We were asked if we will check into our albergue, drop off our bags and head towards the lighthouse. We say no and head towards ...
... for food. After a filling meal of cold pasta salad, breaded chicken with fries and ice cream, we head back to the albergue to wash up. Since the drizzle has not stopped, drying our clothes outside is not going to happen. We decide not to wash our clothes tonight and do it tomorrow afternoon at the beach. Yes, that is right. Tomorrow we reach the ocean. It is just another 35 kilometers. We decide to go ...