Araguaney Gran Hotel
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Santiago in sight We're ready for the final assault in the rain , and follow the path in the forest, fragrant again with dampness and eucalyptusy smell . Not many people to shout Buena Camino to today . And action replay at the final stone to mark the distance, more pics, this time in rain . The going starts getting tough due to rain and fatigue …
... to Santiago. Pilgrims have 'pilgrim passport books’
that they have stamped at the different hostels along the way. This couple did
not stay in the hostels that are very overcrowded and primitive – up to 100
people in communal rooms. On reaching Santiago, they report at a certain portal
where they get their final stamp and a certificate celebrating the completion
of their pilgrimage.
We had a ...
... It is the 800 the anniversary of st. Francis of Assi. It rained. Off and on rain. Found Shirley and Jean Michel as they completed their 800 km Camino this morning. We have not seen them for over a week. It is great to renew our friendship. We have seen many that we have met on the Way. Checked out location of the bus depot. We decided to take a taxi there as it is quite an up hill walk. I saw a t shirt that I ...
... for many - if they were crazy enough to do it at all!! However, let me digress to give you a brief (and so impossibly inadequate) review of the last week of my walk. I last left you shortly after O'Ceibeiro, which just yesterday we believe enjoyed up to 20cm of snow! That was 155km and a further five days walking ago. That night I made it down to Triacastela totally some 31km that day - basically as the Albergue at the planned 22km point was too dubious to contemplate (no ...
... about the intricacies of the human condition. But in the end, you each walk your own pace, your own thoughts and your own reasons for being there. It’s a powerful lesson.
People smile knowingly and say, ‘you’ll come back and do it again’ but I suspect that this will not be the case for me. Am I glad I walked? Absolutely and always. But my lessons were ********. I’ll take the precious gift with me and pray very hard that I never have to learn them ...