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... day. I'm the first one in the Alburgue and it's the nicest one yet! There is meditative music playing softly, an Atrium, nice wooden bunk beds, gender specific showers and bathrooms, a washer and dryer, big common area, it's awesome!This being my last night on the trail, I purge the backpack. I wash and dry everything! Get rid of the the lousy camp towel, bed bug treated sleeping sack, small containers of shampoo, soap, clothes ...
First off, I would just like to say that everything that could've gone wrong, probably did and it brought so much entertainment to my day! We started the day off by setting a meeting time for prayer at 5:15 am and no one got up (except Danielle who had woken us up and had actually gotten up earlier to be ready by then) until 5:11 am. Apparently, we all thought we could be ready in 4 minutes? Hah!
Later that morning during second breakfast, I dumped a packet ...
... especially loved the mystical feel of the moss covered tree trunks in the quiet forrested areas. We we're surprised to see so many Eucalypt trees which have been transplanted from Oz some years ago! And so tomorrow is my LAST day of my Camino- day 26 of walking! Can't quite believe I'm almost at the end of what has been up to now only a dream! This blog was mainly for family members so I have failed to spend much time talking about my wonderful Harvest ...
... Santander cake at a tiny cafe at 9am. Lots of people on the path now – we walked a little way with two pilgrims from south africa. There were few farms, no real villages, just forests. We stopped again at 11.20am, with another 3 1/2km to go, to eat our bocadillos, and then continued on to O Pedrouza, arriving at 12.15.
Our first choice albergue was fully booked so we backtracked to the main road and found plenty of ...
... 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).