Hotel Ruta Jacobea
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... won't believe how many new foods I've tried since living in Spain. In Galicia that night, I tried octopus (pulpo), razor clams (navajas), and berbereches (baby clams)! Aside from knowing I was going to like the clams, I did enjoy everything else I tried! After dinner, Isabel took us to a bar almost right next door to the restaurant to try a Galician drink- queimada. It consists of vodka, a water/vodka combination, and fruit slices. The two drinks are added to ...
I woke this morning to sunshine again, but today was extremely windy. I packed up everything and put it in a long hallway where other pilgrims who were taking the later bus left their packs, and off I went. I headed back to the point passing the little church I had passed so many times now, which was always locked, and got a pleasant surprise. The door was wide open.
I peeked my head in and found a man ...
... the uphill rock walk I realised just how grateful I was for this journey and everything that came with it...the pain, the joy, the sorrow and the fun; what an absolute privilege! I retuned to the hotel savouring the cleansing effects of the wind as I walked up the steep stairs. I double checked everything was ready and waited for the taxi. before I knew it he was there! Cheryl and I said our farewells to Sharon; another group hug ...
... 230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">We spent several hours doing the whole audio tour of the cathedral which I can thoroughly recommend. It certainly fills in a lot of the gaps in the story. Back in the 9th century, there was not a lot here, just a small medieval hamlet. In the forest nearby lived a hermit. The year is about 813 and one night he saw bright lights in the forest and ran to tell the ...
... I dropped the sofa on that one the day before I left Maui), but the left foot? Well, that was just strange! So I was hobbling along, gritting my teeth, which turns out to look close enough to a smile! :)
As we were finishing lunch at an Albergue that also had a café with delicious baguettes, one of the baggage vans stopped to deliver several pilgrim bags. Al jumped at the opportunity to send his backpack ahead (3€ - about $5). Not ...