- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... especially loved the mystical feel of the moss covered tree trunks in the quiet forrested areas. We we're surprised to see so many Eucalypt trees which have been transplanted from Oz some years ago! And so tomorrow is my LAST day of my Camino- day 26 of walking! Can't quite believe I'm almost at the end of what has been up to now only a dream! This blog was mainly for family members so I have failed to spend much time talking about my wonderful Harvest ...
... short haul walkers who all have mobile phones and who are booking ahead. I had the heads up pretty early in the day that o'Pedrozo, the next major town, was fully booked so i was aiming for just outside if i could. No dramas, i could have done another four or five ks into the town but i didn't want to risk having to walk another 15 if it didn't pan out. I found a great little pub just off the track. Got a room to myself and will catch up with Bruce and ...
... the boy another vehicle (he is a delivery boy) if the friends did the Camino. Another group of youth are walking with a small chair because a company has agreed to donate 100 chairs to a school in Africa when the youth complete the Camino. People walk for 30+ days when the begin in France but many only do the 100km from Sarria - we will have done 216km when done as ...
So we are now two days away from santiago. I will arrive a day or too earlier than expected unless i slow dow. Difficult however to lose the group. We have been together since day three. One girl and the rest boys. All nationalities. All cool Ugless from Lithuania Diago from portugal Marcello from Portugal ...
... of one's heart as they do the Camino, not their method and the attitude does not allow for judgement of others. Remember before when I told you that the physical challenge changes to a mental one upon entering the Meseta? Typically upon entering Galicia, the challenge changes to a spiritual one. The boredom of the straight, flat paths of the Meseta is gone, replaced by varied terrain and signs of life all around. Unlike with the Meseta, I have not noticed the change to a ...