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Travel Blogs from Finisterre
... group exit. Grocery bags are on the ground and everyone is hugging and smiling. It was such a great feeling to see them. But, the visit was short. Our car was waiting and the new arrivals still had another 3 kilometers to walk to the lighthouse. We chatted for a few minutes and made plans to stay at the same albergue in Santiago tomorrow. Nick and Blue were only staying in Finisterre tonight and would be traveling back to Santiago tomorrow. Casper would be leaving ...
(Events on 9/16,/2013 written on 9/17/2013.) We wake up without the assistance of the alarm clock. Everyone in the dorm room was not in a hurry to get the day started. We lounge around the albergue while we all slowly wake up. We immediately arrange to stay in the albergue for another night, complete our morning rituals and head out to get some breakfast from the local market and some provisions for later when we go to the beach. After ...
... is coming up. We walk up and down through hills and come across very steep inclines. Today is a challenge, but we push through as today we reach the end. As we are walking down, we see the ocean for the first time. This is not the coast we are headed to, but it is still very beautiful. We walk into Cee, which is a big city on the coast. We stop in at a pizzeria and enjoy some delicious pie's. After we fill up on pizza, we head west and start the last 15 kilometers of our ...
(Events on 9/14/2013, written on 9/14/2013.) Alarm goes off and no one rushes to turn on the lights. Steven finally flips the switch and gets everyone up for today's walk. Today we are walking 33 kilometers to Olveiroa. The day will consist of some steep uphill walking and it will be a long one. We get packed up and head to the common area for breakfast. We took longer than expected to get out the door. ...
... makes it easy to navigate. Today we are traveling to Negreira, which in 21 kilometers away. As we leave Santiago, we walk downhill and then uphill. We turn around to see the most beautiful site of the Camino. The sun rising behind the cathedral in the distance. It was truly majestic. Today's journey was filled hills that were very tiring. Even though we were only traveling 21 kilometers, it felt like ...
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