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Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela
... t help myself, I hate wasting food!
The bus back was a fancy 'Supra Economy' which was an experience. As we stepped on the bus we were handed some earphones. The leather seats were bigger and comfier and there's a TV screen in the back of the seat in front. I settled down to watch The Croods in Spanish but kept getting distracted by the amazing views out the window. The bus went past little lakes reflecting the low winter sun. We ...
... it has been difficult to get it out of your nose and one figures that for the locals it is a good thing that we can all learn to accommodate noises, sights and smells in our daily lives that can't be changed regardless of how unpleasant they are; perhaps to our detriment at times when thought of in a broader global context?! By this stage in my walk there was a core groups of about 20 who have been more or less moving at the same pace, meeting up in Albergues or the town bar ...
... few seconds later, I realized I was not looking at the cathedral, but a monastery. As I turned my head left, I could see that we had approached the cathedral from the side. A few more steps and we were in the main square that boasts the grand entrance to the cathedral. It is a magnificent but weather worn building that thrusts its two main spires high up into the air. After a few minutes admiring the cathedral we made our way to the Pilgrims' Office where we were ...
... a late Father's Day promise, but better late than never. I carb up with a croissant (my gluten intolerance is loving Spain, NOT), an espresso and we refill our water bottles. 28 kms to go. The heat of the day sets in early and the day trippers all head to their pre-booked accommodation after 20kms - so the tracks empty again and only a hand full of pilgrims continue the journey to the "field of stars". It is hot. My shirt is soaking and I can feel ...
... three course meal every night! I will miss putting on my boots each day, they have become 'old friends' and have been as comfortable as slippers. I am looking forward to drying my hair properly and using my electric toothbrush again but haven't missed makeup and nail varnish like I thought I might. In the Parador in Leon there was a whole area devoted to drawings of the different characters who have been important to Spain or that area, such as Isabella ...
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