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We had a big day for our final ride into Santiago. We had an early start - it was dark when we headed to breakfast and then still dark as we waited with our bikes with anticipation. The ride was going to have a few steep climbs but not as long as the climbs we had some over the last few days. As soon as the sun came up we had our briefing and were about to leave when one of the team realised they had a flat tyre. A quick change only delayed us by ...
... the priest announced my lack of language prowess; but periodically through the tour, he would look and speak right at me during something that seemed very important, then the entire crowd would look at me, too. When I had a deer in the headlights look and no response, he'd repeat (again what seemed to be unnecessarily loud) "Esta senora no habla Espanol, no habla....." well, you get the point. He went through the whole thing again. ...
... I had the camera on in order to take a photo of the sky lol. His name was Kasim from Belgium and he walked very slowly...I'm sure he was smoking something illegal lol. We parted ways at the Pope's memorial.
Cheryl and I were going to wait for Sharon here so we had a bight to eat, a cheese boccadilo stuffed with crisps...only on the Camino! Whilst waiting Nicky arrived so we ate with her. She left and Sharon finally arrived an hour after we arrived! All I ...
... to stay. After the long hike the pilgrims made the church smell like something other than good. The church combatted the stench by filling a 60kg silver sensor (incense burning cauldron) and swinging it on a long rope. The photo inside the church shows the sensor hanging from the rope which they still have emitting smoke and swinging at high speed daily. After a day in Santiago, we wandered the old part of Vigo before boarding the ...
... ham bocodillo's, and tortilla; at least this time we had also managed to procure paper cups, so we looked a tad more respectable! After suitable toasts to the journey undertaken and about to be completed (and after being overtaken by the rearguard), we headed on for the final assault, to the Cathedral in Santiago. There is no way to describe the feeling of finishing such a journey -if even only for the fact that it is different for everyone. Needless to say, it was a mixture ...