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... no idea" however I am sure it was the jersey and the polka dot socks that gave me the edge to get a QOM :-) We had made fantastic time and as we had arrived at our lunch location at 11ish we had our last stop at a caravan park and all enjoyed an icecream - unfortunately there was no gelato just cornettos and magnums. There were chooks and a rabbit roaming aimlessly around the campsite - and a goose seemed to be laying eggs within a small fenced ...
So this was the day...the day I would arrive in Santiago after 33 days of walking across northern Spain. So if this was it, then what is 'it'? Feeling slightly apprehensive about this part of my journey coming to an end, I set off this morning contemplating why I had embarked on this journey, and all I could come up with, which is the original reason...I'm doing it for the experience. Feeling good I continued through the quiet country side and streets of villages. I ...
... emotion of this section of the journey. Shared the walk with Camino family and upon arriving at the cathedral there is the huge release of "we made it" and hugs and sharing with the extended family. The much needed photos of "we made it" and then on to find the pilgrims office to get our compestellas.
The queue is over an hour, we duck out for coffee and elect to come back during the time of the pilgrims mass in the hope that most of ...
... us in our daily lives. But to progress; on Wednesday the 20th we gathered for the final 20km into Santiago - to say there was a variety of emotions amongst us is probably an understatement and consequently we tended to string out a little. Though five of us (John, Raquel, myself, Florian and Hans) formed the vanguard and stopped two kms from the old town centre at a lovely grassy slope overlooking the southern areas of Santiago to indulge in a late lunch of red wine, ...
... 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 ...