Casa Grande do Bachao
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On our journey to Spain today our first stop is the old Galician town of Pontevedra where we took a walking tour and had lunch. We were fortunate that today was Sunday and the children were taking their first communions so the city was full of celebration. Each church group makes a design on the streets that children help with made of flowers and leaves. The designs are beautiful not to mention the fantastic aromas of the freshly cut flowers. ...
... at Santiago de Compostella but we had time for a stop in Porto.
Porto was lovely but like so much of Portugal, parts look great but parts look v run down. We also got caught in some odd weather, first too hot and then the cold breeze came in and it was chilly.
HiHo (the car) has had a solid workout, nearly 1000 km done and averaging about 6.4 L/100Km with a lot of ...
... sup> century mystical principal that God, in the form of the Shechinah, is always most present in the Holy Land. It prompted both humble Jews and great figures like Maimonides and Nachmanides to embark on the hazardous journey towards the Holy Land, often to struggle or die in what was always a challenging environment there.
Perhaps I have not been looking at pilgrimage in quite the right way. Maybe it is in my blood, too, just in a different form. I have ...
We arrived here Tuesday and it has been a whirlwind ever since. By the time we had gone to the Cathedral, stood in line for our Compostela, picked up our tourist luggage and showered, it was time for our celebratory dinner. Wednesday we took care of logistics, packing our backpacks to ship home, going through all the red tape at the post office, checking train schedules and a few last minute ...
... their elation with the family or loved ones. It is such a joyous moment that you would start the Camino yourself that very moment.
In a restaurant we run into a Dutch couple that is working at the Dutch Camino Society's Santiago home as volunteers for a couple of weeks. They invite us to visit their attic in the building where the pilgrims collect their final stamp and shield. "We receive Dutch pilgrims when they reach ...