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Travel Blogs from Santiago de Compostela
... the cathedral and wandered around for half an hour making sure I checked out the casket of Santiago himself...a very moving moment. After that I needed to sit down so at 10:24am I sat in the front pew of the north south transept. Manuel told me the night before to make sure I sat north south because if they used the botafumeiro it swings north south. So I was set! Margaret joined me at around 11am, followed by Chris, Cheryl and Sharon. Margaret and I asked the ...
Today is the day we walk into Santiago. Didn't sleep well, pondering the end of this journey, reflecting on the thousands of things that happened out here from the meeting of new friends, walking down roads of ancient history, thinking of the amazing places I've seen, the amazing food I've eaten, the stories that have been told and grateful for all of it, but really grateful to have shared the journey with my walking buddy Hedley.
... ham bocodillo's, and tortilla; at least this time we had also managed to procure paper cups, so we looked a tad more respectable! After suitable toasts to the journey undertaken and about to be completed (and after being overtaken by the rearguard), we headed on for the final assault, to the Cathedral in Santiago. There is no way to describe the feeling of finishing such a journey -if even only for the fact that it is different for everyone. Needless to say, it was a mixture ...
Standing in a fresh-air market by an upturned wine barrel, sipping glasses of crisp, cold Albariņo wine while spearing chunks of pulpo (read boiled octopus, tentacles chopped into bite-size pieces, seasoned with coarse sea-salt and extra virgin olive oil) from a wooden platter with a toothpick, and we feel we are in heaven!
No doubt the ...
... imagined. I am looking forward to the Pilgrim Mass at 12.00pm. The pilgrims office is scattered with people and we go straight in. No wait - its incredibly structured and organised. They are impressed that at 70 dad started at Leon and reached Santiago in 11 days - they hope to see him again ....... Dad laughs off the suggestion, they are serious!! We go have breakfast with the lovely (and incredibly tall) Sam ...
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