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... had food and water each day,
And enjoyed a roof and shower every night;
Or may have had my injuries well attended,
If I have not discovered in all that the love of God,
I have arrived nowhere.
Nice isn't it?
By the way Johnna liked the pulpo last night. Sue and I tried it. It tastes like chicken!
Check out our route on Sparky.
... and were the size of huge prawns - I dug in and must have been eating with great passion (I'm thinking there may have been shells flying as I ate?), as the waiter and chef/owner kept coming by to give me more of those little hand wipes - even though I hadn't used any that they had already provided. Maybe they were trying to give me a hint....but are you kidding? miss slurping off all of the butter/spices from each and ...
... up. Souls together - a pilgrim bond began. Chris hadn't partied, he was the first up,at his albergue. He had Parkinson's 2 stage and had been a triathlon ... Once it hit 10"years ago he stopped exercising and said why bother...his message was if he wanted to get better he had to walk. He did the northern route, that is no walk in the park days., very mountainous. He had walked over 700 Kms and he said he is walking better than he has in the last ...
... to Finisterre. At Santiago they gave her the Compostella because she had done most of the Camino prior to the accident. She is now on her way back to Santiago and then Ponferrada for a check up prior to flying home. The bus journey takes 3 hours and once back, we get a taxi to our Hotel for the night and then go for a final wander around Santiago. I buy a few little souvenirs, we have dinner and a glass of wine and we see a few pilgrims ...
... not very atmospheric but was closer to Santiago so that we could arrive n before midday to join the pilgrims mass tomorrow
Cant believe it will be finished tomorrow!!!
The municipal Xunta ( albergue) was 6E - 120 beds