Rectoral De Castillon

Castillon, 37, Panton, Galicia, 27438, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Panton

The end is nigh!

A travel blog entry by jcarty

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... her later), Wally or Walter Van Pragg ( yes related to Lionel the racing bike rider and the model with the same surname. (More about him later but he is quite a guy- suffers from cystic fibrosis and struggles heroically to walk the Camino and so far has made it to the last lap)Kathy a Tasmanian Councillor from Penguin- more about her too)
Ps here we go again with repetitions and confusion- not sure why this happens. Pas don for the confusion
JcJc





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Day 28 - I Want to Ride My Bicycle... - Mark

A travel blog entry by ottawacouple

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... To be considered a true pilgrimage, it must be completed by non-motorized transport. This includes walking and cycling. Walkers must complete the last 100km on foot while cyclists must complete the last 200km on their bikes. This entitles the pilgrim to a compostela or certificate of completion upon arrival into Santiago. Of the people we have seen, I would say one quarter are cyclists while the rest are walkers. I also understand ...

Fatigue

A travel blog entry by bishybarnabee

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... look on the friends face said it all "mate, (they were Aussies) I have been walking all day long in the scorching heat, my feel are sore, my legs stiff and my skin burned. I have seen all of the historical monuments I can take, all I want is to sit here and drink my beer. You want to see another bridge, go ahead, but I am all bridged out". It is easy to spot the recent pilgrims to the trail as they still have ...

Final week

A travel blog entry by gillc99

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... squelchy runny stuff which is still not sweet smelling! As usual the last hour or two of my walk was spoilt by my knee, I had to walk as though I had a wooden leg on the downhill sections and Helen's blister is still very painful, which did at least mean we could walk together again. I think she should have a rest day tomorrow to give it chance to heal but she is very stubborn and wants to walk the whole way (don't look at photo if squeamish) tony is now keen to write ...

Triacastela to Sarria for a family renunion

A travel blog entry by nicky.howe

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... and continued along a ridge affording us the most wonderful views. We then dropped down to Furela where we stopped for our morning coffee break, which was happily extended when our Melbourne friends appeared. We all enjoyed an hour or so sitting in the sunshine sharing stories, before setting off for Sarria.

The general consensus was that it had been one of the 'prettiest' days on the Camino.

Our hotel in Sarria is set back just a few ...

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