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... I have had. I leave with many wonderful memories and hopefully continuing friendships. Tonight a group of us went out for our finale dinner before we all return to the scary real world! Great night out with hilarious stories about all the people we met on the way, especially the sleeping habits of many pilgrims in the albergues. Strange part is I have not been alone at all for 6 weeks, I dinner alone by my own choice and ...
... sit on the outside deck while they got me another icy cold beer and handed me my room key. I then went up and had an hour snooze and followed by another long hot bath. I then headed downstairs with the intention of blogging but such was the ambiance of the outlook that I closed the laptop (one of the reasons for lack of recent entries).
I was then fed this marvelous three course meal with every item produced on their farm and included ...
... with this tide of humanity. To be honest, I'm feeling a little too burned out to make the effort to meet new people however smiles from familiar faces at the rest stops (cafés & bars) are always up-lifting as we share a nod of mutual respect with those we know who have also "gone the distance" over 700k. We had a rather long day ending in Azura and staying in a hostel. Renee and I had a room to ourselves but spent most of the ...
... pilgrims knew about it in time. I guess I'm going to try to get into mass tonight at 7:30pm, but it won't be the same. There are parades and fireworks all day long. Tons of people are here with large groups walking through town singing, chanting, or playing instruments. The policia are on every corner and there is a helicopter that has been hovering overhead. People are staking out spots on the grass already.. I'm not sure ...
Another relatively short day today, only 17km and most of it under cloud and very threatening skies, the last hour we walked in rain, tucked into our ponchos. Only 20km to go now and we both feel like we're really going to miss the Camino, it has been such a wonderful experience. Everyone we have met along the way has been positive and happy, all with wonderful stories to ...