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... answered in Spanish, and I was about to leave when it struck me that her Spanish was kind of slightly American-accented. So I asked if she was from the US, and she and her husband both eagerly started chatting in English, as did I. These were actually the first Americans I have met and spoken to in person in eleven days, and it was surprisingly refreshing to do so.
Their names are Danielle and Jeremiah, and they started this place, a Spanish ...
... Cathedral was packed! There about 1000 seats and some pilgrims were standing.
The medieval feel of the city was magical when not surrounded by hordes of pilgrims. I kept expecting Don Quijote to step out from a side street. The sun soon gave way to rain as we met Sylvia and Marcel for a toast to the completion of our walk. We took a few hours to rest but the rain and fatigue were all it took to find us asleep by 8:30 PM. We slept ...
... time in the end and having abandoned the queuing for our final sello, we crept into the crowding hordes via a side door to the cathedral. By chance we got a front row seat - well, not exactly - more a front row standing spot with full view of the altar and the assembled clergy. Very lucky. We didn't manage to "hug St James" as is the ritual, however.
The mass was celebrated in a variety of languages with a congregation of ...
... a late Father's Day promise, but better late than never. I carb up with a croissant (my gluten intolerance is loving Spain, NOT), an espresso and we refill our water bottles. 28 kms to go. The heat of the day sets in early and the day trippers all head to their pre-booked accommodation after 20kms - so the tracks empty again and only a hand full of pilgrims continue the journey to the "field of stars". It is hot. My shirt is soaking and I can feel ...
... miles. The weather was nice and the scenery beautiful. The thick forest reminded us a lot of Oregon. We hiked past small towns built out of stone, through rolling fields, and over gurgling streams. When we reached Portomarin, our destination for the day, we were exhausted but luckily not as pathetic looking as the three young Spaniards in front of us, who were "totalmente fritos". Each day you are required to get two stamps in your Camino passport. ...