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... passed bays before the township of Finisterre came into view. It was at the end of a 2km, wide sandy beach. It was so inviting to walk beside waves on a beach again. We even saw a Camino friend from 3 weeks ago heading towards us.
In Finisterre we headed for the municipal albergue but it wasn't open for another 1.5 hours so we registered at another one instead and took a private ...
... is on next. Put music on; make a wine or hot chocolate and talk to your partner.Read a book
Appreciate what you have in your life; That we were born into a western democracy and let's say healthy, means we have already won life's lottery.
If something is making you unhappy...change it now...don't wait.
Cherish your loved ones and contact your friends (I need to do this more often)
I did find my Port ...
... US, Mexico, France, Italy, Spain, Copenhagen, Poland , Portugal, Switzerland, Columbia ... And there was more.... We all came with a purpose. My gift was bigger than I could ever have dreamed. Thank you friends and family for the inspiration to remind and encourage me to keep notes of where I went, how I felt, and photographs to keep the memory alive Ahhhh... Keeping this experience alive... I typed in the word memory and that made it seem far away already...Not for a ...
... clothes and walking shoes on the rocks there. The last stop was Muxia, another days journey past Finisterre. This is the very last point you can walk to on the Camino. If you've seen the movie "The Way", it's where Martin Sheen throws Emilio Estavez's ashes into the ocean. When Ramiro dropped me off at my albergue, I said goodbye to Barry. His return flight is tomorrow and he booked a hotel at the edge of town. He was a really great guy, and I'm glad ...
... course meal, let alone sitting down for dinner at 8pm... Our table faced west so we had a perfect view of where the sun as it started it's descent for the night. There we're a few yachts out there as well...where they had come from and where they were going was a mystery. By 10:15pm we'd finished dinner so we went outside with cameras ready and watched the magnificent sunset. Sharing commented on how very few people in this world have the privilege ...