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... I was almost power walking part of it today. The closer I get, the happier and faster I am. Even though we went over 22km today, it didn't seem as hard and we arrived in O Pedrouzo around noon. I had read the guidebook recommendations and thought we should stay at Otero's. When we checked in, it was kind of a dump. However, it seems that it has worked into our favor as few people stay here. There is a ...
... any rhyme or reason why. Many people have had to stop because of their injuries, but we saw the little Romanian grannies today walk past so they will make it.
A special thanks to Peter Wall at this point as I will get in without any blisters over the 800 kms. I have put on a silicone gel on my feet each day along with the toe socks and for some reason have been spared. Richard and Warren have not been so lucky but nothing will stop them ...
... the most fascinating experiences. We went to the Pilgrim Office, through a stone entry into a courtyard, into an old building, up a wooden staircase to a platform to wait for an open station in the upstairs room. It would be so easy to modernize and how wonderful they have chosen not to do so. Dinner tonight was with our friends, Steve and his daughter Linzi, and the two women from Norway. Tomorrow we will spend time with mom and dad. We are glad to be here for a while.
... job of keeping her dry-ish, I had an old cycling jacket that worked more like a sieve than a jacket, basically I was wet all the way through. From O Pedrouza it was only 20kms to Santiago. We had been making good time all day, even better considering the conditions. With 13kms to go a major freeway started and we had to move off the main road on to side roads. We were using the iPad for directions now because we didn't want to use the sign posted ...
... was a day of mixed feelings of not wanting the journey to end, and also a day of achievement. The walk itself was amazing, despite the effort, the pain, the exhaustion, what a way to see Spain! This experience has now changed for me the way to travel; only walking you can appreciate everything that is on offer. You can stop anywhere to take in the view, to absorb it and photograph it. It is the only way to smell the countryside, to hear the birds, to watch a butterfly ...