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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 …
In a way, this should probably have been my first blog entry, but having had the entire day filled with mundane travel I finally had the chance to sit down and write this, most of it on the flight from Lourdes back to Stansted Airport in London.
"Around the World in 90 Days: A Personal Pilgrimage to the Holiest Places on Earth"
I have received only two different responses from the many people I told about my sabbatical project. ...
Today consisted mainly of sleeping and not walking at all. We slept it, had hotel breakfast from the sweetest woman alive, and went back to bed. When we eventually DID get up, we also got a hairdryer for after the showers. DRY HAIR!!! OMG!!! The hotel we're in is beautiful. Very simple, but covers everything you'd need nicely. We're on the top floor, number 3 (4 in 'Murica), and have a lovely view out into the narrow street throughout gauzy curtains and pretty flower box. ...
... as the markers were getting lower and lower in the number of Kilometres left to Santiago. The last one we saw was 20km! A small number of people from our group got lost today as they were too busy talking and did not notice the fork on the road. A farmer saw them and told them they were going the wrong way. It was good that I wasn't the only one! It was easily done, but just as easy it was to find the yellow arrow again and find your way back. It was also good ...