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... how one Is led to believe certain rituals, like going to lands end and jumping off the rocks like all the pagans did before even the pilgrims started BUT we deducted the only way to cleanse themselves from this place was to commit suicide and thus begin a new life as no one would survive a jump from this place. Finisterre means the end of the world and that is what it looked like. Another charming name was coast of death for ...
... was very nice indeed. There was the most amazing double sided oven in the old kitchen, that spanned the width of the middle of the room, with an oven on each wall . The ovens were round, like dual pizza ovens, but had no chimney themselves, the chimney was in the centre of the stone archway that wasn't an archway, it was straight, but had a keystone, that spanned and divided the large room. A carved stone bowl sink sat in the wall, with a drain, and a ...
... where we split again (Hotel-Albergue). Last night in Palas de Rei, Dianne and I went to a lovely pilgrim mass only to come out to an amazing sunset (I know the pictures do no do any justice) Dianne is leading in daily devotionals, with papers and devotionals on St James. We've had a great few days...looking forward to Santiago and then Finisterra Buen camino ...
Emotions welled up inside approaching Santiago... Actually it was a shock seeing such a sprawling city of 90,000 inhabitants after being surrounded and cradled by the woods, river, mountains....it made me want to starting walking backwards... Arriving I had to applaud myself walking into the city. I had walked 788 Kms.. Was it really a dream? Such a transformative time in 38 days of walking.' I recommend to all who want to go to the depths of ...
Another relatively short day today, only 17km and most of it under cloud and very threatening skies, the last hour we walked in rain, tucked into our ponchos. Only 20km to go now and we both feel like we're really going to miss the Camino, it has been such a wonderful experience. Everyone we have met along the way has been positive and happy, all with wonderful stories to ...