Carris Alfonso IX
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In Sarria Not Santiago. Today my friends arrive to the last sector of their 700 km walk. They left Sydney four months ago. It will be good to see them. Last evening, I tackled getting the prescription from the pharmacy. No. Problem, but I found the process interesting. The doctor gave me a piece of A4. Paper, no header or other indication of …
Today's walk was just lovely. We began by climbing narrow dirt paths and ended descending similar paths. The sights were gorgeous but the odor from manure on the paths continued! We ended on Sarria, the city where many pilgrims begin because it provides the minimum 100km that must be walked in order to receive a certificate. Walking has become …
After staying in Leon for 2 nights we continued on along the Camino route by bus. The next stop was Ponferrada. We stayed in the old part of town - this always seems to be the best area to stay in any of these towns as it's where all the character and places of interest are. The modern parts of most towns tend to be rather ordinary - you could be …
Albergue de Barbacoa, Sarria, Spain (Deb & Al)
Mom and dad are in Melide tonight and tomorrow. They have been walking in rain the last two days and say it appears to be clearing ahead (fingers crossed). I believe this is the first rain they've encountered this fall. Regardless, they've been packing on the miles decided to enjoy a rest day and hopefully hold out for better weather. They said we will ...
... so we asked Brenda her thoughts, and she was amazed at
a) how many pilgrims there were
b) how the majority of them were of the older variety
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