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... was on us later it felt so hot and I was worried my neck was burning. The blinking rucksack gets heavier as the day goes on too, I wish I could post a few bits home. Tomorrow it's Ponte De Lima which is 20.9 miles but Paul has booked a place to stay in Facha as he didn't want such a long walk we didn't know that at the time of booking ours so we may get a taxi from Facha to our hotel 6 miles away. What luxury!! Then we would get a lie in in the morning whilst they walk up to ...
... when I rolled into Santiago, with the lyrics "Don't you cry for the lost, smile for the living, Get what you need and give what you're given, Life's for the living, so live it, or you're better off dead" Everything feels right, Im not upset that the journey is almost over, the timing feels right. I'm so physically exhausted, and ready to just rest, that I was pleased I was almost there, and don't think I could have continued on any further and enjoyed it very much really. I need a ...
... it or not, the end of the world had a squish a penny!! (Except it was 5 cent euro to squish and a euro fee - but that didn't stop me). Squished my penny and went on my way! - A Pirate bar?!? (Sadly, not open) - They had a pretty decent grocery store, which was great as I plan to spend 2 nights here (check out all I got for 7 euro!) Went back, did some laundry (a REAL washer AND dryer - pinch me!!), and then headed out to harbor for dinner. What ...
... and restaurants in Santiago were incredible and my mouth watered at every turn. If I were with someone, I would have definitely eaten out.
I bought some cheap groceries and cooked a couple feasts at the hostel's kitchen. I knew I'd be eating out more later on this vacation, so some cheap home-cooked meals were fine with me.
The super friendly tourist info agent at the airport had all the necessary information ready for me before ...
We were now officially on the pilgrimage road leading to the
final destination, Santiago del Compostelo. At breakfast Herb and Judy spoke to
two pilgrims from San Diego who actually walked from Paris, France! He is 70
years old and his wife a little younger. Apparently they walk about 20 miles a
day. The movie "The Way' is based on this Camino de Santiago. Shells mark the