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... of me, but I couldn't stop.
I ordered a beer. The next time I turned around, the group of 4 were gone (gosh, I hope I'm not scaring off locals now), and I enjoyed a salad and a plate of calamari (+ fries), and headed the last few kilometers to Lires to make camp.
Lires was actually a bit more inland than I imagined, and a bit "sleepier" than described. There was one restaurant, and not much else ...
... own life just a little differently. I remember having the conversation with Bruce last night about the spanish word 'animo' that gets shouted out at pilgrims. Just a different perspective can turn ideas on their head. There are no photos tonight as after todays effort it has been a struggle to gets things organised before lights go out. I got to talk to Joelene last night and it is now less than 130 hrs before she hits barcelona and i am looking forward to ...
We hoped to make it into Santiago late this afternoon but Peter's bronchitis and threatening rain brought us to a halt less than 3 miles from our goal. It was another cool day with a few moments of sun here and there. I finally shed my rain pants about noon and stuffed them into a pocket on the outside of my pack. The trail today had a lot more ups and downs than our guide book led us to believe. The uphills are hard for Peter ...
... He bust out laughing as did I, because he was thinking the same thing.
We got all geared up and off we went, trails were full of water in places and we had to move into the bush in spots. We lost Hannah for a bit, she had some story about cows with horns and dogs, so we kept a shorter lease on her from then on. The weather improved as the day went on and by the time we reached Finisterre we were down to ...
For the first time in over a month, we used WHEELS today!!! It was magical. No sea sickness or anything like some people apparently had, just delight at getting places so quickly. We got a city bus to the Estacíon del Autobus and after waiting an hour, a double decker autobus to Finisterre, all around the south of the headland. There were two religious Americans talking so interestingly behind me for the whole three hours, that I couldn't ...