Corona de Galicia
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... when I rolled into Santiago, with the lyrics "Don't you cry for the lost, smile for the living, Get what you need and give what you're given, Life's for the living, so live it, or you're better off dead" Everything feels right, Im not upset that the journey is almost over, the timing feels right. I'm so physically exhausted, and ready to just rest, that I was pleased I was almost there, and don't think I could have continued on any further and enjoyed it very much really. I need a ...
Another lovely tee shirt day. We went to El Corte Inglese and George treated himself to a Tissot watch. He got 10% to spend in the next department but many were not included in the offer so I ended up with some CK undies. Can never have too many. Then we took a walk round the old town. Very pretty. I was a little worried about walking about because George was wearing his McLaren teeshirt but I needn't have worried because everyone ...
... my host parents. They would travel to Galicia with their family on vacation and were all excited to hear I was going there with my program. My host mother told me upon returning to Madrid that (aside from being happy about the tarta itself) that the Madrid bakeries that make it aren't even close in comparison :) And there you (finally!) have it- my amazing trip to Galicia :D thank you for your patience, and click the next button to hear about my 4th week in ...
... to one not far from the cathedral called Roots & Boots, and they had plenty of beds left. After showers, doing laundry, and having some wine in the garden, we headed back to the old town to buy souvenirs and get dinner. There was a street festival going on and lots of performers and musicians playing everywhere. We went to the cathedral and it was beautiful. When you go behind the main altar, you can go up a small ...
Well folks today will be the shortest blog in history. I took 2 pictures all day I think. As we wandered into the under 20km marker to Santiago we continued through all the same territories and scenery of the last few days.
Were there new trees, bushes or bugs today I have not seen? Seriously wouldn't have a clue. Somehow got talking to a gorgeous 22yo fellow from Canada. We talked for about 8km of his family (El Salvador refugees)' his study, family culture ...