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... but I FOUND it!!! Wow. It was stunning - and I was the only one there. It is said you should swim in this water as a cleansing ritual before you leave Finisterre and let 9 waves wash over you to symbolically cleanse you. Well, given I was the only one there, and that the waves were quite strong and crashing down, I figured that wasn't my best move to jump in (or I may be swept out to sea!) and opted for taking my boots off and having 9 waves lap over my feet (see video ...
... peaks on warm summer days.
But as always, its great to be back in Saint Roman de Malegarde, for now, our only home.
Our friend Roger Storer, will be here next week to spend a couple of days and then join us for the last leg of this year's French adventure, a gastronomic trip to Bordeaux and Paris, where we will enjoy an entirely different type of spirit than we did last week. Au revoir notre amis!
... And then Hedley tells me to behave! This is after I am coming out of the shower with a sarong only around me and they are opposite. Used to just getting changed butt naked here - it's easier and no one gives a damn! Oh well, this is shared accom and it my butt is facing you and is a problem find private accom! They're not Spanish and definitely Eastern European but who knows. Friendly but can't communicate only with each other.
... with our bags on our backs. We choose to walk the entire way with our bags. After the longest 3 kilometers of our lives, we reach the edge of the peninsula. We see the lighthouse and walk towards it, hand in hand. As we are walking, Steven recites a part of his wedding vows to Trina "My promise to you, That I will walk with you to the End of the World. Hand in hand, wherever our journey leads us, living, learning, loving, together....... Forever." We reach the ...
... just arrived. We wanted to see the pilgrims arriving in the Cathedral but did not care to attend the mass. Unfortunately we did not manage to get out of the Cathedral before the doors we came in were closed off and the mass began. It went on for some time and in a number of languages most of which we did not understand of course. There was probably an exit somewhere but it was too crowded ...