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... this ...the rain in Spain falls almost entirely in Galethia. After a morning of solid drenching we all meet up in a gorgeous simply stone church at and father geoff said mass for a final time of our tour...our water loggd passports were stamped Sadly we did not go to the monte del Gozo, wer the two pilgrim satutes arms raised and looking towards Santiago ..traditonal the place were you gain yor first sighting of the cathedral city.Nor di dwe enter ...
... earplugs to no avail I grabbed my sleeping bag and pillow and wandered up and down the hall looking for a place to sleep. The kitchen was occupied as well as the sitting room. The guy in charge of the place happened to walk by to wish me "buenas noches". I responded, "imposible!" He asked if I was in a room with a snorer, took pity on me, and opened up a room of 8 beds just for me. I couldn't believe my good fortune! I ran down to ...
... and summer is here. YEAHHHHH. Our flight leaves tomorrow at 11:50 am and we arrive in Reno at 9:57pm. Going to be a long traveling day but I am ready.
For me, the camino is still going. Just a different section is about to start and I cant wait to do it with my boyfriend John, our dogs, and my family and friends.
Todays lesson; everyday there is something to be thankful for. Be sure to recognize it.
All my ...
... who finished including Gwen and Sean from Guelph, Lawrence from Ottawa, some people Dennis and Pat met when I was not with them and Jackie and Evan from Michigan, Eleanor from Italy, Elmut from Madrid and many other faces we met along the way. After doing some sight seeing and shopping we spent the evening at The Bishop's bar to enjoy the evening, Tapas and a few drinks. We were joined by Evan and ...
... I dropped the sofa on that one the day before I left Maui), but the left foot? Well, that was just strange! So I was hobbling along, gritting my teeth, which turns out to look close enough to a smile! :)
As we were finishing lunch at an Albergue that also had a café with delicious baguettes, one of the baggage vans stopped to deliver several pilgrim bags. Al jumped at the opportunity to send his backpack ahead (3€ - about $5). Not ...