Hotel Ruta Jacobea
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Day 34 of the Camino Overnight the weather cleared. We woke up this morning to a blue sky and sunshine, which was a welcome relief. Our gear still had not dried properly from the day before so we had to pack much of the clothes in our backpacks still wet (and smelly). As it was a short day of only 16km we could afford to let the five other …
... I was having a ball. Even having been on the go for some 5 hours already (obligatory stop for lunch included) I could have continued riding in this mountainside paradise for much longer. Arriving finally in a small hamlet named Pereda, I stopped to ask some friendly locals if there was a campsite nearby. I always got the feeling I made their day by doing this in these remote places. Full of smiles, and in really fast Spanish, he explained that I was close. ...
... a few callouses tougher. But most of all humbled by each other, other pilgrims and our God and grateful for our three kids, our family and friends. As we sat on the bluffs above the Atlantic Ocean in Finisterre on Monday and pondered how it was once viewed as the end of the earth (Finis—end terre—earth), we reflected on how, in reality, it was actually a beginning. A whole new world awaited ...
... mentioned three Australians finishing after starting in St Jean de Pied North. That was us! Only a few had started from further destinations. So we were very lucky as this swinging is not a daily event.
Then we ran into our Pommie friend, Richard, and he and Leon (originally from Brisbane) took me for a drink. Warren, Richard and I then scoped out the walk to the train station. While we were told it was only 15 minutes, it is only 15 minutes if you know where ...
I woke up at7:30 and felt well rested.it feels good not to have to walk very far today. I went to the Compestello office first thing before the lineups got too long. At 9:30 the lineup took 45 minutes. Behind me were 2 girls from the US and 1 from Wales that were in a group that started in Sarria. We shared stories and experiences. As I was called to the desk I felt proud of my accomplishment but also felt sorry and pain from those ...