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Thursday 15 October Day 39: 21.5 km
We had arranged to meet Peter at 8am for breakfast. He was staying in Santiago for the next few days. I could see how staying would mean a fun time catching up with many more familar faces who would be walking in. However Keith and I planned to use our remaining days to walk on to Finistere to finish our Camino at the sea. Our last hour with Peter was very special and we ...
Today, we left Santiago heading for the coast on three days to Finisterre. Short day today of about 14 miles. Nice walk except for one steep hill but it is the last steep hill.
Buen Camino -
Diane, Johnna and Sue
We still have Sparky showing our ...
... in rome!!!. We were then joined by a Croatian lady by the name of Sonja who said yes this was the go at home as well so i ordered a tapas of Sardines. The ongoing joke with Brice has been about the size of fish. The other day he asked me what we would call a particular 30 to 40 centimetre fish in Australia, i said 'bait'. So with Darlene has now got a photo of me eating a whole sardine, the head, tail, backbone, the whole kit and caboodle. Agter that tapas it ...
Dawn welcomed the Pelegrinos to San Xulian, it wasn't really like that but it sounded better than the American Mike kept everyone except his sister who had ear plugs awake in the albergue and only stopped when the sun came up. A quick charge of phones, iPads and us (mucho cafe) meant that we were right on time to walk straight into 150 kids from yesterday. You could tell it was their day 2 as the singing had stopped and there were a ...
... dotted everywhere with narrow lanes and paths between them. The route was well way marked so it was easy to negotiate the narrow rabbit warren like lanes. It was already heating up so within 20 minutes I needed to remove my shirt. We walked up a number of steep hills; it was so humid it was oppressive. Most of the walk was through gumtrees so it felt like I was walking through the forest at home, even the track looked the same! The hills out of Santiago were ...