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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).
... interaction was amazing both from how all language barriers were bought down when looking after fellow pilgrims but also from a perspective of just how easy it is to encite a level of panic. At the first sign of anyone leaving i gabbed my bag and did the bolt. I knew the pilgrims would be arguing with the owners of the joint for money back so i just did a runner and found another bed before everything filled up. I had a peaceful night ...
... to Galicia and Spain. So we have finished the Camino, seen the first human paintings and marvelled at the ingenuity of architectural design. We have been inspired by simple generosity and moved by the stories of kindness along the Way. The delicacies of the north have been sampled, along with many bottles of wine. Now it is time to depart. Asta luego ...
... starts to back up and run like crazy past the far fence he has to stop at. Then lo and behold he starts driving down the road! RUN! But......he was empty - phew! Down the road got greeted by a really cute cow sticking her head out the window watching us walk by. Neat!
Love watching the map on the blog get closer to the end of the world. Great to look back and see how far wevw come. What a wonderful experience. Grateful for my life.
... washed, unkempt kind of look that you would never intend to be seen in public on a normal day? Why sleep in dorms of varying quality with strangers, many of whom could snore for their country and then get up at the crack of dawn, choke down a Spanish breakfast (which is depressingly dissimilar to the sort of breakfast I would want before walking all day)?
Because. That's why.
When you watch the Spanish around you, going about their daily business and ...