Casa Grande do Bachao
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... least!). This is the end of my epic 500 mile journey on foot from St Jean Pied de Port to Santiago which started on October 2nd. The first thing to do is to text my three great children, Jon, Alex and Livy to let them know the news. They mean the world to me and I wanted them to be the first to hear. Margita and I have shared our Camino in so many ways ...
... dump their packs in the bus and we walked as one through the streets of the old city right into the cathedral and straight to hug the famous breast of St James that looks down upon the altar - our final destination. Or as Juancarlos our trusty guide more aptly described it, one more step on the journey.I like the way this adventure has played with my sense of perspective. One day I am thinking about who's in front and who's behind, then I'm suddenly aware of the wave upon wave of ...
So this was the day...the day I would arrive in Santiago after 33 days of walking across northern Spain. So if this was it, then what is 'it'? Feeling slightly apprehensive about this part of my journey coming to an end, I set off this morning contemplating why I had embarked on this journey, and all I could come up with, which is the original reason...I'm doing it for the experience. Feeling good I continued through the quiet country side and streets of villages. I ...
... and some cheese and we choofed off in a hurry while I stuffed my face hoofing the pack back on as we charged back on. Can multi task while charging down the road. Class act!
Lots of forest tracks this morning and eventually hit the inevitable bitumen. Ooch ouch! And if it wasn't bitumen it was cobblestones. Ooch ouch! Thought we were never going to see the cathedral. You normally see them miles out from the city, but Santiago ...
... this was very quickly and innovatively addressed through a variety of water bottles, empty yoghurt cartons (adding a delightful strawberry nose to the wine as noted by John!) canister caps and even a shell - the symbol of a pilgrim and also a handy drinking vessel as it turns out - albeit minimal! A further few pilgrims were enticed to join us before the wine and snacks were exhausted and the clouds rolling across the sun dropped the temperature to the point where we ...