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Our first day of walking. It's a day you have to say to yourself "I'm a pilgrim not a tourist". We had a great day but it's hard to be lyrical about 22km of unshaded dirt road running by a freeway. Think M4 to Penrith with less cars - and scenery.
We met the main group in Madrid and it was straight to Mass across the road with Fr Geoff. That …
... had a wonderful quote. The context of the book couldn't be further from where I'm coming from, but it really struck me:
'It is times like these when life feels like another page waiting to get turned. '
I got a text from Carol and met various people in the square for supper. Oh yummy. Another tuna salad. But it was great company and I met some new people and waved to familiar faces around the square. I made sure ...
Hi family and Friends,
The walk from Mansilla de Las Mulas was only about 18.1 kms but the difficulty was that it was adjacent to or along side a very busy road. Really there was nothing to photograph of any note and the journey itself was only memorable in that my feet are now fine and handled the hard roadway surface without distress. Thank you again to everyone with support and advice and I do have one final comment on the feet later in the ...
... for the Internet skillz of a 16yr old, hand the phone to Sophie ASAP. As expected, the teenager had no problem, and I rushed to the bus station, forgetting to get my passport stamped at the hotel to indicate I had been in Burgos. I was now a ghost. No trace of my travels on my Camino passport from Villafranca for 200kms to Leon. I was like a spy. A Camino spy. Except of course for all of the other details, like the hotel record, credit card payment ...
... out of Leon. Leon was at one time a Roman military garrison. The scallop shells and yellow arrows were rather discreet, so it was a good thing the pilgrim leading the way was familiar with the streets.
Morning coffee was at La Virgen Del Camino, where a modern church now sits on the site of a shrine where a shepherd saw a vision of the Virgin in the early 16th century. She told him to throw a stone and then ...