Eurostars San Lazaro
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... their elation with the family or loved ones. It is such a joyous moment that you would start the Camino yourself that very moment.
In a restaurant we run into a Dutch couple that is working at the Dutch Camino Society's Santiago home as volunteers for a couple of weeks. They invite us to visit their attic in the building where the pilgrims collect their final stamp and shield. "We receive Dutch pilgrims when they reach ...
... of Arca O Pino/Pedrouzo and more eucalyptus forest. Shortly after sunrise the thunder started off in the distance, but we had a brilliant blue sky and high white clouds overhead for a couple of hours. At one point we emerged from the woods to find a massive rainbow stretching from nearly one end of our horizon to the other! We kept walking toward the middle of the rainbow, simply amazed at how it framed our route. We stopped for cafe con leche, a banana, ...
... was formed over many many drinks that night.
I walked with Dannie and Matteo for many days. Dannie was on a time schedule and so every day we walked a minimum of 25km and up to 40km in order to make our way to Santiago by the end of the month. We crossed a train bridge together in a scene reminiscent of ‘Stand By Me’ but much less exciting. Except when the train did approach us as we were half way across and, as we hugged the bridge, the thought ...
... meet at dinner. After dinner, we are walking around the city. Then we decide to go bowling. A quick Internet search and we are now headed to the local mall which has a bowling alley in the basement. A few blocks of walking and we have arrived. We enter the bar that has a few lanes from the 1980's and settle in. Drinks, laughs and a few strikes later, we decide to call it a night and head back to the hotel. Pain recap; What's hurting? Nothing. We feel wonderful having finally reached ...
... given our credentials, which is the passport book to collect stamps from churches and authorised places that will then allow you to collect your Compostela at the end of the journey. This is a certificate that proves you have walked the last 110 Km of the pilgrimage. We were taken by bus to Astorgas where we had a marvelous lunch of Maragata Salad made with chick peas, and also had anchovy cake, both typical from this region, plus other dishes I don't remember. We had too much ...