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... told me about flights from Santiago direct to either Madrid or potentially direct to Barcelona and it is cheaper than the train. I may yet get a direct flight so i will look into that after i have been to Finesterre. Bruce and i were talking today of the different pilgrims and even those carrying their 'handbag dogs'. He said he was talking to an italian lady who's comment was 'isnt it great that there is a place for everyone on the camino these days' fair ...
... dones", and snapping a pic we headed into mass. The mass was a good combo end to our journey. On the one hand, it was packed with people from all over the world who are somehow connected to this crazy Camino. On the other, it felt like the final pilgrim punishment with sitting and prolonged standing on our swollen sore feet. After mass we joined a line of pilgrims awaiting their official ...
... evening spent with more new friends-Tomas and Sabina from Germany, Claudia from Germany a nice lady called Ina from Holland. Part of the charm of the Camino! Lari and Hedley went off to bed while I continued the pleasant conversation with the others over a last hierbas. Another lovely day with all the effort of walking on hilly terrain but lovely scenery being rewarded by a stimulating and fascinating evening. Buenos ...
... and the 15 km were actually 18 km. I had finally fixed my GPS watch, so now we know exactly how far we walked, how long it took, and the altitude variations. I still have to discover how the distance compares with Amr's calculations. After some confusion, we booked into our Pousada and I have stayed put, feet up ever since, except for a cup of tea downstairs. Dinner in 15 ...
... 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 ...