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... in Europe. All time as you overlooked the plaza in front of the cathedral pilgrims would arrive. Pilgrims came in all shapes and sizes from all nationalities around the world. Some are dad and daughter, whole families, husband and wife, man and dog and numerous middle age mates on mountain bikes. To see their joy and jubilation for completing such a magnificent walk and obviously spiritual followed by hugs, tears, laughter and many photos was a nice happy ...
... of Espana. In the mean time...I WANT OUT OF THIS BUS!!!!!! Had a brief stop for a light lunch and back into the bus. Oh, it never ends.... Finally, we are in Galicia! For our second break of the day, a stop at La Paella to eat "Caldo Gallego", a bean stew typical of the area. To drink we had a nice local ribeiro. Great second lunch! This one was worth it. While at La Paella, we received notice that ...
... carved into wood, with each particular seat telling a different story. It was quite a surprise to see something so magnificent carved of wood behind something else so magnificent made of metal and stone.
After being sufficiently moved, we went back to O Elefante for another good meal.
We had a date to meet my former host and friend Josť and his family in front of the cathedral at 4:00. It was crowded and we must have missed each ...
... boiled beef" the night before. I gulped down a large breakfast this morning, but flagged after a few hours until I lost sight of the others completely. I did stop for official stamps at two churches and lit candles as I always do for Mary in Sydney, but mostly I just tramped along as fast as I could. As the day wore on it was clear that the 18 km walk was actually the 21 km walk, in quite warm weather. As we walked closer to the city, the density of people ...
... sit with us and we huddle under the patio umbrella as a light rain begins to fall. With the beer glasses empty and the rain no longer falling, we head back towards the albergue for a siesta. We pass our favorite kebab restaurant and the group decides we can take our siesta on a full belly. We eat, we drink and we laugh. Like old times. Once we get back to the albergue, we decide not to take a siesta as Gabe will be leaving in a few short hours. We ...