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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 ...
... br> I generally only upload about 5 pictures a day but when I get home I may add more from the big cities I've visited.
Train around 18:00 back to Espinho and taxi to site as we wanted to get to Vigo before bars closed! One has to have one's priorities.
Quick showers and have drivers water bottles topped up and hit the road at 19:30. Used toll roads tonight but it was a beautiful drive. It is very much mountainous terrain all ...
Day 29- Caldas de Reis to Padron 13.5 miles
It is hard to believe that tomorrow we walk into Santiago de Compostela. We are only about 12 miles away from the city. During the past several days the Camino has been one amazing view after another. Our hearts are full as we think back on all the events over the past 30 days and all the things we will miss as we return to "real life", whatever that means. One gets ...
... and the first thing we encountered was a steep hill. Okay, that's not bad, it will probably be the only one. Then we climbed another steep hill, and another. As a matter of fact for the next 2 hours the Camino went up! Had we not read the "flat" description for today, we would probably have not given it much thought, but our expectations were set. I thought how typical this is for me. My greatest disappointments are usually when my expectations are the ...
... destination. When we get to choose our path, we should consider the benefits of the "river path" and only take the highway with it's traffic, noise and smell of diesel when there is absolutely no choice. The quality of the 'journey' may, in the end, be everything. If we are 'betrayed by destinations,' then the end may not be the point at all but how we get there. Here is another quote ...