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... passing through in both directions, and we heard a woman singing classical opera from the centre of the arch where the acoustics were as outstanding as the evening sun. It was about 8pm.
We stood in the passage-way for a while, enjoying the piercing high and sombre low notes, and the quiet whispers and projected animations of the beautiful singing. And then, as we started to make our way from the arched passage-way into the Plaza, the singer began ...
... holy originally, how they changed over time, and what keeps them holy now—or doesn’t.
And that’s how this quixotic project, and this book, got started. And that's why, with all the great places I get to experience, I'm particularly excited about visiting Sanliurfa in eastern Turkey in about two weeks.
After the next strictly travel day I’ll explain how these sites were chosen, and which ones were omitted, and ...
... dump their packs in the bus and we walked as one through the streets of the old city right into the cathedral and straight to hug the famous breast of St James that looks down upon the altar - our final destination. Or as Juancarlos our trusty guide more aptly described it, one more step on the journey.I like the way this adventure has played with my sense of perspective. One day I am thinking about who's in front and who's behind, then I'm suddenly aware of the wave upon wave of ...
... been open in O Pedrouza when we left. We tarried for half an hour over a coffee and pain au chocolat (not a very good one, unfortunately) before setting off again in the dawn light. The remainder of the walk was a series of steepish hills, trending upwards past the airport at Lavacolla and circling around and up until we reached a hilltop with the TV transmission antennas and studios. Our faithful distance markers stopped at about 12km to go to Santiago so we had no ...
... 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 ...