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... footed and peek out to see everything from there!
I met my friend Catalina that night for dinner and told her about my room. We decided we had to stop there after dinner for her to see it (as I'm not quite sure she believed me). After we both caught our breath at the top of the stairs, I took her in. She is taller than me, and had to hunch over everywhere but where the skylight window was open. As she ...
... over hills, coastal and mountain roads. And so the day progressed into evening. The sun lowered in the sky, sometimes blinding but always beckoning me further. Then decision time: it was 8pm, clouds loomed ahead and there should be a campsite nearby - do we take it or ride on to Santiago? In a flash the decision was made and we rode onwards. Soon we were to question this as the heavens opened and biblical rain thundered down upon us, the view ahead becoming a cloud of ...
We left for Tui this morning at 10. It is 2:20 and we are still going!!!!! We crosses all the way from Madrid through the region of Castilla-La Mancha and now we are about to enter the region of Galicia (never soon enough). Through miles and miles (or, kilometers and kilometers) of flat, arid land, we are now getting to flat land covered by trees. In the background are mountains, some with snow. Such is ...
... This practice was originally used to rid the cathedral of of odours (and disease) from the dirty pilgrims. (Maybe that is still true!) The cathedral also hosts the supposed remains of St. James. Whether or not this is true, I am not to judge but the history of the Camino is based on the presumption that this is true. For me, the spiritual insights happened on route so it really matters little to me whether the remains are authentic or not. Upon completing the ...
... made of stone or wood with narrow slits, raised on stilts, for storing grain.
2. Some eight major monasteries and convents and innumerable churches contribute to the fame of Santiago de Compostela which is ranked right behind Rome and Jerusalem as a place of Christian pilgrimage in medieval times.
3. Due to story of St. James helping the Spanish drive the Muslims out of Spain, the cathedral ...