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Today was a lot cooler than we have experienced in the last couple of weeks. We saw rain today for the first time in at least 3 weeks. It made an easy walk today with the cooler damp weather, also less km walked. We stopped for some lunch in a tiny little town that wasn't even on the map. We had a chickpea and vegetable soup, so yummy compared to the pilgrim meals we have been having lately. Our stop for the day ...
... son (his son walked the Camino a little while ago and told his dad he had to do it) in Santiago and then they will walk the extra 100km to Finisterre. He is very excited to get to Santiago and see his son. He continued walking on further than us today, so I suspect that will be the last time we see him. I'm sure we will catch up with other people we have met over the next couple of ...
(Events on 9/18/2013, written on 9/18/2013.) Our day starts with Casper waking us up at 6:15 AM. We grab our jackets, put on our flops and head out the door with him. We all walk towards the bus stop. We chat about the Camino and our favorite memories. Before we realize it, we are at the bus stop waiting for Casper's bus to the airport. There is sadness in the air, but also excitement as this was Casper's first leg of his world tour (he is now headed ...
... to pilgrims and not much more. No shopping centers, no banks and no tourists (besides the hundreds of pilgrims, of course). It felt like we were cycling through medieval times, as we were following our little map to our next night's accommodation and I was fully prepared for that sword-wielding knight around the next corner. One day in particular has to be elaborated on - day 3. This is because Day 3 involved a 13km long uphill. Not a ...
... wet as was the majority of pack contents. Pack cover and plastic bags only go so far! Lost items = European adaptor (day 1) , one sock (brand new wore twice )(day 7), pasty London tan (slowly disappeared from day 1) Gained = one sock (on losing my sock I seemed to have gained someone else's), some fantastic tan lines, some hard case walking companions. Damaged = knee (day 5) feet (battered and blistered early on, as suspected but overall they've treated me ...
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