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... to Santiago. Pilgrims have 'pilgrim passport books’
that they have stamped at the different hostels along the way. This couple did
not stay in the hostels that are very overcrowded and primitive – up to 100
people in communal rooms. On reaching Santiago, they report at a certain portal
where they get their final stamp and a certificate celebrating the completion
of their pilgrimage.
We had a ...
... Very welcome drink and churros on top. The rain seemed to be holding off, despite the odd drizzling spurt. Down through the outskirts of Santiago and our first glimpse of the spires of the Santiago Cathedral over the rooftops.
We were trying to get to the cathedral for the daily pilgrims' mass, hence the early kick-off, and the unseemly haste to reach the town centre and a welcome bar stop for a hamburger lunch. We did arrive at ...
... of shena****ns to report. I trust she is behaving herself in her Alburge, and I will behave myself in mine, with the aid of a good book! It was very strange to set out on the final leg of our Camino without Judy this morning. Not at all how I envisioned it and it took quite a few miles this morning to adjust to this new reality. It feels quite different on my own. Judy and I get on really well together and ...
... started, a woman read out all the various camino routes, as well as how many pilgrims from each country had completed those routes today, AS WELL as which town they started at. The priest then reiterated those that started at SJPDP before the mass. Laura an I were the only two from Ireland who'd made it that morning! (When I signed the Compostela list in the morning, I was the only person on the list at ALL who'd started there.) After the mass, we got several hugely enthusiastic ...
... clue what the Spanish guy was saying. These Spanish/castellanos speak as if they have marbles in their mouths! Wow look at the time. Gotta go back to the albergue and hit the sack. Oh, and yesterday I forgot to mention that we passed a monastery that had free water and...wine. So I did what every self respecting Canadian would do, I filled up my Tim Horron's mug and had a BUEN ...