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... the train to Santiago. What an amazing place.... so atmospheric and you could feel the spiritualism - there were loads of groups/clubs/whatever on their pilgrimages and the place was just buzzing - maybe because we were there before the siesta hours!!!!
When we got back after a very enjoyable day we moved on to another anchorage (which is another entry).
... bit me and onwards i walked in the morning. Being in Galicia, every morning is apparently full of fog. The cold moist air off the Atlantic rolls in and fills up the valleys for at least 80ks inland. After about 2 hrs pf the sun being up this starts to disappear on the tops of the hills but the thick mist sits in the valleys. It gives the impression you are much higher than ypu really are. The sun came out, the sky fined up and ...
I arrived on the afternoon of 7 July at the Cathedral de Compostela – having walked 500+ miles in 32 days. I've thought of this moment while negotiating terrains from the heights of the Pyrenees, the plateaus of the Meseta, the challenges of the Roman roads, to the highest elevation of O’cebreiro -- every step affecting my physical and spiritual journey.
... history along the way if they could only talk!
10km to the only break for the day and coffee. The Camino Fisterra only gets about 25% of the people doing the Camino Santiago so longer between Albergues and food stops. We were hanging out! Thankfully we booked tonight's accom as it doesn't hold many people and it's full and it's 13km to the next Albergue. Some coming in are taxiing from here, a lot going crook at mine hosts for having ...
... sunshine for the majority of the Camino. We have landed about 18km out of Santiago. We started walking four weeks ago and have walked just over 800km. I can't believe we are at this point in the walk. I'm feeling excited to finish, also a little sad with mixed emotions about the end. I'm excited to not have to eat pilgrim meals and sleep in a room full of snoring strangers. At the same time, I think I will miss this whole experience when we are finished and back into work and normal ...