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Dawn welcomed the Pelegrinos to San Xulian, it wasn't really like that but it sounded better than the American Mike kept everyone except his sister who had ear plugs awake in the albergue and only stopped when the sun came up. A quick charge of phones, iPads and us (mucho cafe) meant that we were right on time to walk straight into 150 kids from yesterday. You could tell it was their day 2 as the singing had stopped and there were a ...
... ovation of the wind blowing through the trees welcoming me before I dipped into the woods today. Speaking of woods... It is so hard to sleep later that 5:00... This magical journey is filled with so much beauty every day it makes it impossible to lounge in the morning... And than you realize it's still dark... I still left at 5:30 and started walking in the pristine silence of the morning... How will a pilgrim ever be the same ... ...
... He is also in the para-Olympics - a javelin thrower. He stamped our pilgrim passport and sealed it with a wax stamp.
In a small village we came across an elderly lady swinging a mean hoe. She told us she was near 90 and said that she would rather work hard than be idle. The harder she works, the more peace of the mind. Great advice from another Galician.
Did I mention that the majority of the pilgrims are women? Many travel ...
... Angela from Australia who informed me they weren't lesbians... it's a long story, maybe for another day. We stopped at a small museum that depicted living in Medieval Spain where we received a stamp for our credentials, and then into the beautiful church of San Juan where we received another stamp for our credentials and I lit two candles for blessings, real candles again :) We continued on for a short distance into Melide where Kate, Cheryl and I stopped at a ...
... Planta Fasciitis in my heal. He has suffered with it himself in the past and recognises the symptoms only too well. Not much to do with it other than iBuprofin cream to rub in, light on with the iBoprufin tablets (they can creat stomach problems) and cold compresses. Oh and obviously reating the foot. Lol. Fat chance until the rest day in Santiago! But that will be fine, it actually has felt not too bad today despite a 29 km walk!!!! We arrive in Arzua ar around 5:30 p.m. ...
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