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Sunday 18 October : Day 42: 20.5 km
Today we reflected, celebrated, enjoyed and let go.
We left a little later as we only had 10 kms to walk to the township of Finisterre. It was mild and still and the bay of Cee was still very quiet at 8.30ish. The rocky headlands and bays on the peninsula reminded me of the Marlborough Sounds. We walked over a couple of ...
... see why many Brits move here.
Could I live here?
Would I live here?
Beer, wine and food is good without being great.
Coffee remains average.
People are good but is their economy so bad because of their lifestyle where everything can wait? Or do they have the right formula?
Is there any better sound than the belly laugh of a child?
When your show has finished, turn the tv off; don't wait to ...
... brought me to sadness, joy, new friends, tears, fears, birth, death, gratitude, forgiveness,being truly alone in dark times and in the light, learning patience with myself, endurance stamina on tough walking days....the woods really do communicate with me and showed me how it is my sanctuary. I made a promise to myself that I will chose a new pilgrimmage each year to go on. All the people you meet along the way from, China, Japan, Scotland, Ireland, New Zealand, ...
... once. First he took us to an ancient medieval bridge where pilgrims were charged a toll to cross over to Santiago. Next we went to a waterfall fed by the only river in Europe to reach the Atlantic Ocean. Next we went to Finisterre on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. This was considered the end of the world in ancient times. Now it's a secondary finish point on the Camino for people that want to walk another three days past Santiago. Many people ...
... the language. We can communicate we want "reservado para maņana" but it gets complicated trying to do it yourself on the phone. Give the details to your hosts and it goes easy from there. Tonight is a private Albergue and we have single beds not bunks! Only 4 of them and first in best dressed! We scored! Woohoo! An advantage of being an Aussie bullet and a Rhodesian ridgeback as we are named!
We had the inevitable bitumen between ...