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... for a bit. The priest begins by reading how many pilgrims had arrived from which countries (in Spanish, but I got the gist). Since I have not yet gotten my Compostela, I will not be in today's count, but will be in tomorrow's numbers. Wow. I looked around - so many pilgrims - here for so many reasons, but all drawn to the same location by the same calling - the way of St. James. It was incredibly moving. The church is under renovation and there are a lot ...
... are anticipating around 200,000 pilgrims over 2014. That is amazing and equates to almost 1,000 pilgrims per day over the 7 months that most pilgrims make the trek. Not including the cold winter months when the Albergues shut down and some of the trek is too dangerous. The Camino path today is again a very pretty one and is a lot quieter than the past 4 days have been since leaving Sarria. Personally I am quite pleased with that because many of ...
... and the debate around its authenticity is utterly fascinating.
... same things. Then we toured the cathedral. The building is very majestic with an impressive display (not sure what the right word is for it) at the front behind the table where the priests prepare communion. As I write, we have returned early for 7pm mass to get a good seat in hopes that the priests swing the botafumeiro in tonight's service. The botafumeiro is a large silver incense burner suspended by a cord. The burner is ignited and swung back and forth in the ...
... men, who immediately on entering albergue would strip down to their underwear and wear little else until they commenced walking again the next day. Dubbed the 'Hot Tub Bandits'.