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A great way to formally end this Camino. Every Camino is different and I felt completely different inside than last year but still a really positive overall experience.
We bumped into Steve and Mary and Tom from Finland who had overcome a lot of issues to complete his journey. You can recognize some incoming pilgrims by their limps!
A day of rest and adjustment.
... to be discovered beyond~ sort of like my Camino journey~ so much more to discover on the other side (when I return home.)
I just have to mention todays lunch. It was an event all on its own. I think it took 3 hours~ but it was worth it. I have NEVER had such fresh seafood. The word delicious does not describe it. I am now a FAN~ but I have a feeling it will never taste them same~ I will need to ...
... be shown a green ticket and the police officer to tell me that it is €6 a night to stay. Only afterwards do we realise that this conversation might have been a little awkward for the police – two English people who speak little of the language, just out of the shower and only partly dressed, being interrupted while making their dinner. We had thought this was a free aire, so the charge is a little disappointing, but there is free water so it’s swings and roundabouts really. S ...
... Camino. Paul and I didn't like referring to Santiago as the end of our walk. Paul used the term, "destination." We prefer to see it as a pivot point or viewpoint to help guide us on the rest of our life journey together. How perfect that our kids were there to celebrate that city and feel the energy of so many pilgrims throughout so many years. We're still pretty much the same people. Maybe a few ...
... and Chris and Cheryl walked together for a little while. The rain came and went as we walked up through woods and pastures, up and down hills and traversed the flats. There was a point somewhere earlier in the day when I found myself thinking of home suddenly realising I as walking through a forest of gum trees. As soon as I realised I became conscious of the smell of eucalyptus in the air; if was wonderful :) I arrived at Ribadiso with Cheryl not far behind, ...