Hesperia Isla la Toja
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Shorter hike today, mostly hiked alone. Time for contemplation, Enjoying the morning air. Arriving in Santiago I thought I made it, Another hour walk thru the city and then I knew I made it! The cathedral, so grand even under the scaffolding, The emotions came ...
... two climbs of around 100 metres in total) within the first hour but we made good progress. We thought that the weather would be cold so Tony and I were all prepared with long trousers and gloves plus warm shirts. After 15 minutes we stopped in a square and removed our shirts, packed the gloves away and I even took my trousers off and put my shorts on, just before the dustbin men came around the corner!! We stopped after 90 minutes for a coffee and then seemed ...
... no chance of stopping anyone!!
The next few days went by so quickly....we had lovely sunny days exploring the city and all the amazing buildings.
Every evening we found a different little cafe for our meal, sampling the delicious seafood & wine associated with the Galacia region......
'Glory lies in the attempt to reach one's goal and not in reaching it.'....Mahatma Gandhi
... game was plentiful in the area. When the game moved on, they had to stop construction, and reassemble and pick up where they left off the next season.
As they say in the American Midwest, there are two seasons: winter, and road construction. It must have been like that for our stone-age ancestors at Gobekli Tepe: construction season, when game animals were plentiful in the area; and then drop-everything season when the whole group had to leave ...
... The Camino de Santiago is a pilgrimage route that runs across the north of Spain, into France, and even Italy (depending on how pious you are). Rumor has it that Santiago, St. James the Apostle, was sent to Spain to spread Jesus' message and died while he was en route back home. His remains were "found" where Santiago de Compostela stands and serves as the point of legitimacy for the construction of the cathedral, which dates back to the 11th Century. ...