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... part of Corbucion and on to the headland, the end of my journey is in sight- the lighthouse at Fisterra. We decide to keep walking through the town of Fisterra and up the final climb to the 'end of the earth'. The Camino way marker shows 0.00km which after walking for over six weeks across Spain is pretty profound. I am calm and not overcome by emotion which I thought I might be. We meet up with Mark, ...
... signs of the bad economy.
We didn't eat in the Parador, choosing instead to eat at a local bar where we had a plate of croquettes and one of assorted cheeses, with local wine for a total of €20. Eating in Spain is usually a lot less expensive than in ...
... Raquel invited us into their home with open arms furnishing us with all the amenities including our own room and bed. We are blessed with such great family and hosts. This city is absolutely gorgeous and huge! I never expected all of this when we made plans to come meet up with Todd. His girlfriend Raquel speaks pretty good English, which makes life easier, as well as most of his friends. Then there is ninja the cat, who is absolutely adorable. I ...
... days. So determined that we accidentally walked a day and a half right before the last day. I don't know how we missed our second to last city but it did make for a very short final day. When we walked (more like skipped/ran) into Santiago we looked at the cathedral that's meant to fill you with emotion and we were eh about it. It's 90% under construction and looks like a sheet with a picture on it. Sort of a bummer. But once Dan and I hugged ...
... I'm pleased the buffet hot breakfast was average - it means Toby won't be keen to get up early to make it. We normally make continental breakfast which I enjoy and Toby loves the pastry selection.
Today we signed up for transport from/to La Coruna and then do our own thing instead of participating in an organised tour. Once we arrived in La Coruna we caught the transfer to a Gothic town called Santiago de Compostela (Capital ...