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The Camion today was a blend of path, grass, gravel, dirt and pavement, for us and for the walkers as well. There were quiet, shaded areas, and other busy stretches shared with truckers and traffic. There were the predictable climbs and descents, and D pointed out to me at one point that even the folks on electric bikes got off to push in some places.
Today on the hills we noticed Camino-style chivalry. There was the German couple ...
... they supposedly will do it for you at the end of the Pilgrim’s Mass on a non-special day. I chose to pass on that opportunity.
There is a very interesting small Museum of Pilgrimage here that highlights both the purpose of religious pilgrimage for everyone, and the unique qualities of the Santiago de Compostela experience. They have a great map showing the many places of pilgrimage worldwide (on every continent save Antarctica and Australia) and the ...
Initially we didn't sleep well as were too warm, but once we stripped off the blanket at 3am we fell into a deep sleep, waking up after 8am. We had nothing in hand for breakfast and no way to make a hot drink so we lazed in bed reading until just before 10am (didn't fancy paying for the hotel breakfast today). Finally, we dressed and wandered into town towards the cathedral, ...
... me laugh inwardly. It certainly feels kaput today!!! lol Both Sharron and I shared a taxi to Olveiroa at 11:30 a.m. and it was interesting to see the terrain that I would have been walking today. There was a steep incline into Olveiroa which brings us to within approx 36 km of Finisterre. It seems a very long walk, even from inside a taxi. I feel for Kym who set off at 7:30 this morning. Once there, I check into our Pension ...
Quite a day but our last push before reaching our goal tomorrow. Just a 2.5-3 hour walk tomorrow. Forecast is for rain and Rick is having a small shin split issue. Only one aleve left and we are staying in the 'boonies' with nothing around. Like the night before Christmas as a kid. Let's just go to sleep so we can wake up and get on with ...