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It was five weeks ago today I set off from St Jean Pied de Port feeling nervous and excited about what that first day would bring...and now Santiago is only 40 kms away and Finisterre another four days of walking after that. My how things have changed... At the time of writing this I now have less than 20 kms to walk to Santiago.
Cheryl, Sharon and I walked out of Azura together. On the outskirts of town I Margaret caught up with us; a wonderful surprise! I don't think I've ...
... lay quietly moored after a day's job done.
Galician architecture has one distinct feature. Balconies are not more than 50 cm shallow and cover the full front of the buildings with panels of small glass windows, probably against the winds. It is such a common and persistent view that one sees them even when they aren’t present. But it can ...
We've caught up on sleep to some extent and having decided to seek an early breakfast en route (unterwegs in German, but no idea for Spanish!) we hit the road by 9 o' clock in bright Galician sun. Having covered the first few kilometers the day before, we headed south to the coastal road and turned eastwards on the Camino. The SAGS finally spotted their first shell waymarker on the highway past the military barracks which seem to dominate ...
As the title implies, today's route left behind the coast and turned inland as I drew within 200 km of Santiago de Compostela.
The first 2/3 of the day were not great. All highway expect for a few kms where I found parallel side streets. It also did not have yesterday's mountainous beauty. Instead, a steady headwind slowed me. Perhaps some of the change was geopolitical? because I left Astoria and ...
... getting anything to eat. Haven't seen my buddies Mike or Jeff since Ribadeo as they have a set schedule that didn't work for me, but we will end up at the same village on the 9th at Sobrado Dos Monxes. I keep in touch via email and I hope we can cross the finish line together, which would be great. Elizabeth and I have been setting a blistering pace together as I try to keep up to her. A good day ...
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