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... and probably the least documented of them in the Gospels. According to Christian tradition, he was given the job of missionizing Iberia, the Roman province that today is Spain and Portugal, and James did most of his work here in Galicia, evangelizing the Celtic natives to Christianity. Martyred by Herod around 42 CE after he returned from converting people (some versions have him being killed before he could even leave, actually), his friends carried his bones by boat ...
We MADE it to Santiago! We woke to a perfectly clear sky. The gods were smiling on us. Along the way we started meeting people from the previous six weeks. It was perfect reconnecting with our Camino friends on the last day. Everyone was full of anticipation and over ever ridge we were looking for the elusive cathedral (it ...
... scallop shell, commonly washed up on the shores of Galicia is used as a marker along the various routes and you will often see it in pavements, signposts or on buildings. Having started this leg of my journey in San Sebastián, I have actually travelled one of the routes but by bus and train rather than on foot haha. Sometimes however, my feet have felt like I have actually walked it! The old city, like so many old Spanish towns is blissfully free of cars and ...
... from the sky. Found brekky about the 4km mark, woofed down and out the door to see quite a traffic jam of pilgrims. Really picked up in the last few days. Doing our usual pace we left them far behind fairly quickly. No 2nd coffee stop this morning - simply charging for the finish line - except of course the compulsory bathroom stop and you can't use those unless you purchase something so Hamish squaffs down an espresso, Hedley a coke and I grabbed ...
... caught the ferry back to Cagnes.
Unfortunately we found that the neighbours had hit the front of the car just in
front of the driver’s door; Rozanas parents had already had them complete the
Once sorted we drove to Combarro a small
seaside village known for Orreo’, very old stone rooms raised off the ground
for the storage of food, it’s old quarter and witches.