Hotel Rio Azor
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and the power of the ocean. I was enjoying the sunshine on my face, and took some time to reflect on my journey to get here. Even took off my boots to get the "end of a long journey" picture. They certainly did a great job of getting me here!
I remembered the "message" I received at the cathedral - that I needed to figure something out and come back. Ok. If this was the case, it seemed like the right place for it to happen ;) I'm not sure what I expected - maybe a ...
... brought me to sadness, joy, new friends, tears, fears, birth, death, gratitude, forgiveness,being truly alone in dark times and in the light, learning patience with myself, endurance stamina on tough walking days....the woods really do communicate with me and showed me how it is my sanctuary. I made a promise to myself that I will chose a new pilgrimmage each year to go on. All the people you meet along the way from, China, Japan, Scotland, Ireland, New Zealand, ...
... history along the way if they could only talk!
10km to the only break for the day and coffee. The Camino Fisterra only gets about 25% of the people doing the Camino Santiago so longer between Albergues and food stops. We were hanging out! Thankfully we booked tonight's accom as it doesn't hold many people and it's full and it's 13km to the next Albergue. Some coming in are taxiing from here, a lot going crook at mine hosts for having ...
... to get their Compostela certificates and therefore derisively termed ‘tourigrinos’. You can pick them – they’re a little bit too clean and neatly dressed. Walking those hundreds of kilometres did not make any of us more tolerant, I’m afraid.
Even in the presence of the tourigrinos, walking in to Santiago de Compostela defies description but you can stand in the square in front of the Cathedral any day of the week and observe hundreds ...
... Camino da Fisterra, what was at one point thought to be the true end of the earth as the root of the name reflects.
Upon our arrival to Santiago, we gathered in the Praza, or square, outside of the cathedral with friends who we had met along the way, and high-fived as we congratulated each other. There were a handful of us who had started and finished around the same time and we had grown to know each other well over ...