Nest Style Santiago
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... a few callouses tougher. But most of all humbled by each other, other pilgrims and our God and grateful for our three kids, our family and friends. As we sat on the bluffs above the Atlantic Ocean in Finisterre on Monday and pondered how it was once viewed as the end of the earth (Finis—end terre—earth), we reflected on how, in reality, it was actually a beginning. A whole new world awaited ...
... finished just after 1pm. We saw our old mate Ari in the office and said hello and he congratulated us on our achievement. Ari will now be working in the office for a couple of months but along the trail he talked up his role. Yesterday, he was folding compostellas and putting them in a tube but maybe that was not what he was expecting.
We then went back and took our bags up to our room an the top floor (of course) and unpacked before going out ...
... got a taxi to the hostel and got a good night's sleep after the long journey and another long week at work for me. I lay on the bunk-bed listening to the sound of the rain bouncing off the terrace awning; every time I woke up it was still raining.
In the morning we had some breakfast and got our first view of the famous cathedral from the common room window. The owner of the hostel said to us he was going to tell it like it is: it rains ...
... at tables, but was quiet. One waiter was nice, and one was not, but the food was all delicious. There was lots of fish involved, as well as sparkling wine, red wine and sweet wine, and then of course, dessert. I can't even really remember it all that well now... Afterwards, we swung by Giovanni's café again, and while we waited for him we found Katie again. We all had some herbal liqueur, of which I know no more than anyone else, except it tasted gorgeous, and then ...
... Going downhill in wet conditions is taxing on the knees ! We pass TV studios and Santiago Airport We are quite elated when we pass the peligrino monument and examine it in rain , but fail to see the cathedral spires from there due to low cloud, rain and mist . DisAppointment hits me when I realise its another 4 km to the pilgrim office , but we plod on . And then ...