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... hundreds of years ahead of us and following in a continuous trail behind us with that joyous entry into the city gates repeated daily thousands of times over. It's not an intellectual reshuffling, even donkeys can walk the camino, but just happens along the way. I like the way the walk is somewhat immune to modern conceptions self-transformation (although you could probably squeeze that out if that's what your way required). I daresay that we will all come back the same people ...
... Well, unbeknown to us, Herb and Judy undertook a tour of the
roof of the cathedral and were clinging to the tiles when the storm broke out!
They arrived back at Hostal Alfonso absolutely drenched but elated!
In the meantime, the owners came home and we sat down in
their little inside courtyard for a long chat and a bottle of local wine. They
recommended a nearby restaurant Don Quichote and wrote down the dishes ...
Today is the day we walk into Santiago. Didn't sleep well, pondering the end of this journey, reflecting on the thousands of things that happened out here from the meeting of new friends, walking down roads of ancient history, thinking of the amazing places I've seen, the amazing food I've eaten, the stories that have been told and grateful for all of it, but really grateful to have shared the journey with my walking buddy Hedley.
... evening (or every other one); news of people, bed bugs, good and bad Albergues and hotels/pensions being passed back and forth by email/viber/whatsAp. The camaraderie of this was delightfully underlined when John, Raquel and I (who have more or less walked together for the last three weeks) were meandering along the path to spy Carlos and Petra (Spanish Carlos walked his bike since shortly after Leon in order to stay with his love (yet unrequited) the gorgeous Hungarian ...
... is an amazing silver chest that contain bones of Santiago (if you choose to believe that).
From here we walked around to the Market which opens everyday in the old town. The market is primarily a produce market of fruit and vegetables, meat, fish, and a few other bits and pieces. We walked around for a while enjoying the smells and noise of the market. The main meats on offer are fish and pork. There is some red meat but not much. A ...