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... to the albuerge and then out to dinner with other pilgrims. It was in Teo that I was attacked by bed bugs, the worst attack ever, along with Hugo and Esther. On Wednesday morning Alfonso and I left at 7am walking through the dark forest in the pouring rain. It was 13km if walking through Galicia in the rain. I felt good as we entered Santiago. Alfonso and I entered the plaza feeling accomplished. We had come a long way from 2 years ago. After taking ...
... quite as spectacular as the guide books describe, as it was in need of significant restoration in many places. The church itself was undergoing work so perhaps they will continue down the hill. I thought that the The Shrine of our Lady of Remedies, with the 600 steps in Lamego, was more worth a visit.
After a very pleasant lunch at a beautiful little Art Nouveau cafe, circa 1909, we explored the old city centre in Braga. The Se or cathedral was full ...
... each other's company and will finish as good friends, something that many walkers fail to do.
Our shoes are starting to leak and today I even had to throw out a pair of my toe socks that had developed a hole. So a little less to carry tomorrow.
There are many injured people limping into Santiago with extensive blisters and other injuries. We often fly past people who are really struggling to make it. There does not seem any ...
... and a half. Then dinner. I realise i havnt eaten anything or drunk water all day. Very dehydrated. Dinner is bean soup followed by fish and potatoe casserole. Bottle of wine, but i drink water instead. Bed at 22.00 and sleep until 9.30. I was exhausted. No blisters this walk but feet and legs very tender. Maybe shoes not thick enough. Food for thought for next ...
I walked for 38 days along three different Camino pilgrimage paths for 730kms. It was a slow start and a speedy finish, a race and a reflection, it was painful and powerful and it all makes for a rather complicated and lengthy blog post!
It must be a rather tiresome sight for the folks of St Jean Pied-de-Port in the west of France to watch the parade of shiny new pilgrims in their fresh boots and clean backpacks wend their way up from the train station to the ...