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... whether it be from God, a family member, friend, or colleague?” and “Coming off your Camino experience, do you have feelings of superiority over those who stayed behind? If so, how can you work to stay humble and grateful?” Great stuff, challenging, important questions for anyone who has returned from a long journey, especially such a pilgrimage.
It turns out that this young couple who started Pilgrim House, are most recently ...
... other car. Amazing! The Sanctuary is surrounded by a lovely park and beautiful gardens.
We walked into the town of Braga through the Arco da Porta Nova, the New Gate, built in the 1500's. At the end of the street we could see the Se, or Cathedral of Braga, begun in the 12th century. As we approached the entrance we passed several souvenir vendors selling pretty tea towels embroidered with the Portuguese rooster symbol. I couldn't leave ...
We got a decent start at 7:00am this morning. It was a bit chilly and misty, but very nice walking weather. There was a Russian couple that I met in our room the night before. About 15 minutes into our walk, we see her running back. It turns out that she had left her credential in the room! She found it, but that would have been awful to walk so far and not get her certificate. I'm so excited to be almost at ...
... welcome shower and turn round.
Back onto the Santiago streets by 6:30 and after a saunter and thirst slaking we chose a suitable supper stop. The fare was hardly Spanish, save the starters dominated by sea-food, but it was welcome, tasty and not expensive. Back to the hotel, for a final round of you-know-what (I won twice!) and it was bed-time.
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... s close to 7.30pm when we see the Santiago sign - finally. However it's on the outskirts and we need to get closer to the cathedral to find some accommodation. The group has got smaller. Now it's just the Australians and one group of the Italians. We climb the hill. We do it. Finished. 43 km walked 13 hours in total (including breaks) 6 litres of fluid 2 icy poles A full 3 course meal for lunch Fruit An ice cream And a big bag of determination Buon ...