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We woke this morning, had breakfast, and walked across the street to a bus stop to return to Santiago. When the bus came, the driver stated he only had room for one of us. We had to wait five hours until the next bus. So we walked back into town and spent the afternoon sitting at a cafe and walking around. There was an interesting parade going on …
Well, 6 weeks and nearly 500 miles later, WE DID IT!!! We left at a cool 4:45 this morning. (Yes, you read that right!) Armed with our flashlights, we hit the dark trail and began our final 12 mile walk into Santiago. It was only an hour before we were passed for the first time, still in the dark. By 8, we were back to the normal pilgrim rush hour …
... scallop shell, commonly washed up on the shores of Galicia is used as a marker along the various routes and you will often see it in pavements, signposts or on buildings. Having started this leg of my journey in San Sebastián, I have actually travelled one of the routes but by bus and train rather than on foot haha. Sometimes however, my feet have felt like I have actually walked it! The old city, like so many old Spanish towns is blissfully free of cars and ...
... we could get him a massage too, but itīs Sunday. Apparently massage therapists donīt work on Sunday. That didnīt stop the host at our Albergue (pilgrim hostel) from calling the massage therapist at their home and asking them if they might come and do it! (They couldnīt, but thatīs OK.)
Tim is super bummed with the change in plans, but Iīm not really bothered at all. Whatīs the rush in completing a trip of a lifetime? We will be arriving ...
So back to our last couple of days. The two nights at Pazo Sedor in Castañeda, between Melide and Arzúa seemed to do me a lot of good. My early afternoon was what my body needed. After a hot shower, stretching, good dose of creams, a hot cup of tea followed by a wine, were all a blessing. I also went to bed early after a delightful dessert at dinner that night (in Spain that is about 10pm). In the morning I felt like a million dollars. It took 123km for my ...