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... the front of the church. Arriving at Mass early is a joy because I could watch pilgrins enter, some fresh from their walk. I zeroed in on Chris and Chan as they arrived, and was amazed to see Aleksandra again! A wonderful thing about this walk is that most everyone flows in the same direction, so even when speeds change, there remains the strong likelihood of seeing everyone again at sone point, and now it really came clear that this was a community in celebration of ...
... to wine and souvenirs.
At some point we ended up back at Praza de Obradoiro, looking at the cathedral. There are always pilgrims arriving, and this was day was no different. It can be quite emotional witnessing such an intense and important moment in someone's life. Some shout with joy, some cry, some just lie down from exhaustion. All face the cathedral, all with ...
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In Europe, the Camino de Santiago is a very highly recognized pilgrimage. People all over Europe leave their homes and walk to the Northwestern city of Spain called Santiago. This is ...
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After this we drive the remaining 44km to Bordeaux – and for once there’s toll-free motorway to get us there. It’s difficult to find somewhere free to park; we think we have found somewhere but when we get set to leave the van the parking notice informs us we would have to leave before 6am. So we set off again, forgetting in our haste to secure all our belongings and make the usual checks. As a result, we presently hear the washing up bowl crash to ...
... the Cathederal from a diatance and went back to my hotel. To say that this has been quite a journey is a major under statement. My French Canadian walking partner had told me the first rule is not to judge others' Caminos & I can understand & I believe that is why the Compostela has the dates of when you start and fimish and the beginning point. It's hard to watch others with light packs and running shoes walk the same ...