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... hadnt seen in weeks. That was actually happening the entire day. It was truly exciting to see those people you thought you would never see again, that you made a connection with and laughed and shared parts of life with. And here they were, celebrating with you the ultimate accomplishment. After the pilgrims mass we went to receive our compostela, basically a certificate of completion for doing the camino. This year, thanks to ...
... the city proper. More than five huge concrete undulations house mainly air, next to a museum, a library and archives, a performing arts centre, administrative offices… and there is still more to come. The road to get you there reminds one of the Charles de Gaulle airport concept: a long drive to see everything from a different angle, before you get there. Regional pride is even more pompous than nationalism.
... The presentation was superb, as was the setting. These temporary exhibits struggle to use a small portion of the available space. To top off a fascinating afternoon, we are told there will be a free concert that evening with the Galician Chamber Orchestra. You know how much we love the word “free”!
At 8:30 on the dot we are seated in the best seats awaiting the performance, ...
... part of the walk seemed to take ages. The Monte Do Gozo is at the outskirts of Santiago. As we walked down the hill into the streets we discovered a modern town that is very cosmopolitan. Lots of modern restaurants, vinotecas (I loved the name!), cafes, shops, traffic, people, we had not been anywhere this busy since we left Barcelona. Yet, there were lots of historical old buildings and obviously these increased as we approached the centre of town. The old town was ...
... centuries ago. To travel to the end of the world was such a intimidating journey. Today, everything is so easy and relatively convenient. The idealistic vision of discoveries seemingly unattainable has truly disappeared when a desolate place, one as remote as Antarctica, can now be reached with minimal effort. Space tourism here we come! My knowledge of world geography is steadily increasing due to the fact that I spend so much time just staring at ...