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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
... for the last 100kms. She is soooo brave and Matt is the most loving and caring husband to her. They worked so hard to finish. Sat with them through mass and we will catch up for sunset at Finesterre on Saturday night. They will bus over to share with us. What beautiful people.
Missing family. Loving Northern Spain - great people, great food and wine - very affordable. Loving the Camino experience - deeply moved.
Grateful for this amazing life.
So, 1,120km, some blisters, shin splints, many laughs, some querying of my sanity and lots of wonderful memories and new friends later, I have arrived in Santiago! I must admit that I look at the map and see the distance I have traversed on foot - almost the equivalent of the entire width of Spain - and I still find it hard to believe that I have done it. We just don't conceive of covering such distances in such a slow and fundamental manner anymore and yet once it was the ...
... well, something. And it's a perfect moment.
So that is the wondrous part of the Camino. But for me, it also unleashed some of my deepest insecurities. It threw me, without any notice, into a rabbit warren of complex emotions. You have to learn that you walk your Camino alone, so does everyone else and their Camino has nothing to do with you. I hope I make myself clear. I developed wonderful connections with people around me; it was illuminating in a ...
... whilst I thought I had passed it It hit me today like nothing else. I am walking with Mark(Aus) and Nina(Slov). They are good walkers and are setting my pace a bit. We are here in Arzua only tomorrow 25k and Sat 18k till I meet up with Clare. These are the thoughts that are keeping me sane right now. Honestly would like to chuck it all in right now. So close and yet so far. Cannot believe the numbers of ...