Hotel Santa Lucia
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... to make the long walk from, say, Babylon or North Africa or Rome. But they could, and probably sometimes did, travel the pilgrimage route to celebrate the festivals properly.
After the destruction of the 2nd Temple the pilgrimage disappeared, and so did our practice of pilgrimage per se. By now we were Wandering Jews in an even larger sense, driven from land to land by persecution and a seemingly impossible quest for safety, security, ...
... Peggy and Pat (Minnesota) whom we haven't seen for several weeks. We also saw Beth (California), Norman (UK), Thomas (Belgium), Annie and Dan (Vancouver, BC), Helena (Hong Kong), Bob and Deirdra (Vancouver, BC) and lots of students from Belgium. We proceeded to the Pilgrim Office to obtain our certificate of completion. At the beginning of our journey we picked up a passport which we got stamped at cafés ...
... for the last 100kms. She is soooo brave and Matt is the most loving and caring husband to her. They worked so hard to finish. Sat with them through mass and we will catch up for sunset at Finesterre on Saturday night. They will bus over to share with us. What beautiful people.
Missing family. Loving Northern Spain - great people, great food and wine - very affordable. Loving the Camino experience - deeply moved.
Grateful for this amazing life.
... becomes an addiction. There are many people who have walked the Camino more often than I did. You just missed out on a guy of 84 year of age. He’s a real pilgrim. He walked all the way from the Netherlands and is now continuing his journey to Fatima. Here’s a picture of him with his cart. He’s too old to carry a backpack so he designed a cart which he pulls along with all his gear. He’s done the Camino over ...
... on the bed which said we were to meet the girls at 7 pm in front of the cathedral. There will be a movie of the reunion for you all to see.
Had a look at the cathedral again, had a beer at a cafe, went to see the girls apartment, went to pick up the certificates for the pilgrimage and then off to a long dinner with lots of red wine and food. Santaigo in the tourist areas is not a cheap place to eat and drink.
More to come