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Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela
... All over Spain Excellent dual carriage roads, long viaduct (bridges) across all the valleys and all well signposted. Also, good to see all over Spain is hundreds of wind turbines and fields of solar panels. If this energy is used in factories to produce more of these components then this should be environmentally more viable than coal etc. everywhere we go lights have timers and go off automatically which is a bit of a problem in the ...
... The weather wasn't much better today, drizzle, grey/blue/black skies and waterproofs aplenty. Luckily we diverted off the highway quite quickly for a quiet, pastoral trek through forests, greenery and assorted dogs and cows. It was a quite pleasant walk, especially since we knew it was our finale. We hit the outskirts of Santiago on an industrial estate and ventured into the Café Pologona to present the only two women clients in a ...
... times today, and she is making remarkable time! I am now ensconced in a fairly nice Alburge, where I can heal up. I walked past the cathedral when I came into Santiago, but will not go in until my partner in crime is with me. I want to celebrate the end with her. She has earned that honor. Coming into Santiago was not as I had envisioned! (Things very rarely are!). The city is larger than I thought. I had ...
... back home, before leaving Arco. And despite taking two big long breaks, we still ended up at Monte Do Gozo before 12pm. There was absolutely nothing to do there, and the imaginary shopping centre we'd dreamed up (where we'd get un-wrinkled, un-sun faded, un-smelly, un-slightly yellow clothes, as well as tooth floss), didn't exist. So we made a decision to keep going to Santiago, but to stay in the suburbs. We still haven't seen the cathedral or been in the old town, so ...
... before my certificate of completion would be handed over to me. After 500 miles of deep thoughts and answering the same question repeatedly, I thought I would have the answer down by then. I was reminded of past NFL training camps - you think something difficult in your life will never end, and then suddenly it does, and you're on to the next challenge. I signed my name on the certificate and checked the box next to 'other'.
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