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... of tourists, prices are a bit on high side and my normal €2.00 beer was now €3.95. I judge everything by the price of a pint. My apologies to David McWilliam for my lack of more thorough economic awareness.
We decided to leave cathedral and all that stuff for tomorrow.
Got last bus back to site at 22:00 and joined fellow motorhomers in bar for a last hurrah before retiring. A glorious end to a long 2 days ...
... bank when we get the first of two calls requesting more details of our location. It’s another hour and another trip to the van to put on even more clothes before Antonio Barja crawls round the corner in his flat-bed tow truck with his orange lights flashing. I am desperate for him to have the tool required so that Ruby can be fixed and we can get on our way.
He speaks no English but I show him the clip and the pipe and it’s clear from his reaction he does not have ...
Goal. 24 km to Melide Left Eirexe @ 7:30 after having a bocadillo. There were only 4 of us in the municipal albergue We walked in the fog alone for 90 minutes. It was so serene and lovely after the crowd of people yesterday. We walked through many forests. There were lots of oak trees and eucalyptus trees. The scent of the eucalyptus was refreshing. We stopped in Palas de Rei. Stopped at the church and received 2 stamps by a man at the church. This required a ...
Saturday, Oct 5
936 Pilgrims arrived today.
Good morning from Santiago de Compostela! We enjoyed breakfast with mom, dad, and Bill, and began catching up. We traded stories about where we stayed, who we met, the conditions of the path, and interesting highlights. There will be so many more opportunities to share when we consolidate our pictures and review this blog.
This is what we get. We have been feeling great and bagging back to back 25 mile days so we thought we would be able to get to Santiago about 5 days earlier than planned. But today we had to bail on our plan as Tim started to have some pain in his quadricep. It probably started after a steep and fast downhill descent, but it got worse today even when running on the flat. Now he´s doing all those good things like resting, icing, compressing, and elevating. I ...