Hotel Puerta del Camino
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... big draw for tourists, flocks of walking and cycling pilgrims are to be seen both in the city and for miles around outside it on their journey to reach the cathedral of St James (and presumably get their card stamped and a free hug, or whatever it is that awaits them). In any case they did it wrong - the only way to do the Camino is on a motorbike. The weather was playing chase with us the following morning as we left the comfort of our €20 a night lodgings in Monte ...
... 12-hour plane ride home, some clarity is beginning to surface. Wow, we walked a really long distance and for a really long time -- almost 500 miles over 34 days, adjusted for the fact that we ran out of time to walk the additional 50 miles to Finesterre. Our feet and legs are still settling back into a normal day, but they let us know at night the impact they still feel. Our world is a wonderful place ...
... on the way to the city of Santiago de Compostela. It is real! We are here and as ready as we will ever be. The alarm is set for 5 am so that by 6 we are in the lobby for breakfast and the beginning of our day. I have great big butterflies in my stomach but I cannot be more excited either! Tomorrow I become a pilgrim in the country where my father grew up. I will see now what he saw then. I can't wait to ...
... drawings, and signed and dated them the first of June for me.
Ute always finds some flowers to pretty up the present - I don't know where she got the wildflowers but it was a lovely gesture. We said our goodbyes as they were heading out of town just after lunch. We were all a bit upset but Roland hopes to catch up with the crocodiles in 18 months if they come to Australia. We had to laugh as recently a truck reversed into his Mercedes and he had his camera stolen ...
... like I would not have believed unless I had seen it with my own eyes. The bagpipers were playing something so spiritual that I was moved to tears before I even reached the spectacle. My pictures don't do it justice and I'm unable to post the videos. Maybe when I get home I can show ...