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The day has finally arrived. After what has seemed like no time at all, we are finally taking our last few steps on the Camino De Santiago and let me tell you, there are certainly mixed emotions about it all. Part of me can't wait to be able to sleep in and not have to think about another day walking whilst a bigger part of me is dreading the thought of leaving such a surreal experience behind. Today was the first time on the Camino that we had to arrive somewhere ...
... an officionado for cathedrals this one is good without being outstanding, visually. I had a good look round and took some pictures where I was allowed. I asked when the swinging botufumeiro would be operating but they are very secretive about releasing this and they don't release the times ahead of the mass. They announced ...
... about discernment of spirits, an overview of how we viewed our trip, spiritual multiplication, and participated in intercessory prayer. Intercessory prayer was super powerful as each one of us took turns being prayed on and praying for each other! I absolutely loved praying for everyone!
Before heading to bed, a bed bug was found crawling out of the couch we ...
... so much good for me has come from this experience that I never expected. I am a very proud and happy person as I write this. I am very thankful for the constant beautiful weather in which to enjoy the countryside. All the wet weather gear remains untouched, actually the poncho and the the washing line being the only unused items of my backpack. Not bad and Dee I have thanked you many times over this Camino of organising and giving me the items to bring as ...
... difficult; the journey harder to walk? The second topic of contemplation is a bit mystical. To put this in context, I need to go back to yesterday's blog, which I wrote in the portal of a 12C church belonging to the Knights of Saint James, who helped protect the pilgrims and also were absorbed in the army to expel the Muslims. As I came out of the church and walked down the quiet country road, it was as if I could feel the ...