Talaso Hotel Louxo La Toja
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... friendly gathering, there were lots of Irish pilgrims, a good few from the USA, Canada, and about six from Australia. Really worth attending, he made it very personal for us all.
I sat next to a beautiful lady from Ireland, whose husband asked us to pray for his wife Isabelle, who had been diagnosed with cancer......very sad. We were all asked to state our intentions in writing & place in a ...
... had I am sooooo grateful to have dry feet every day. Not having to add that stress factor on where I put my feet was awesome given the ****** ankle issues which had my poor brain in overdrive on footsteps. A lesson learned last year was that many of the things I use daily I found I simply couldn't buy in Spain! I lost so much time looking for stuff in the big towns I didn't get to explore as much as I would have liked. So I got smart this year and found places ...
... a tube to protect these precious and hard-earned documents. We saw many of our friends in line. Bobby and Natalie were still in the plaza chilled by the morning air. We went to a bar for some hot drinks, then to our pension to ask if we could leave our bags there before checking in. (At one of the stops on Thursday, there was an info desk where you could reserve a place in Santiago. What a great service, so helpful.) After leaving our bags, a wonderful and freeing ...
I arrived on the afternoon of 7 July at the Cathedral de Compostela – having walked 500+ miles in 32 days. I've thought of this moment while negotiating terrains from the heights of the Pyrenees, the plateaus of the Meseta, the challenges of the Roman roads, to the highest elevation of O’cebreiro -- every step affecting my physical and spiritual journey.
Legs 11 - whistle, whistle
Hotel San Vicente to Santiago - a mere 12kms
The final frontier? An early start today, 7:00 warm drink, instead of the small fortune on a paltry breakfast. We drank our warm drink and devoured the "pinchos", a muffin! And off we went in the drizzle down the dodgy highway, avoiding accelerating lorries and zooming cars. We crisscrossed the highway till we rejoined the Camino for our "shorter" trek ...