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... of time, but some of us regarded these sessions as a bit of propaganda to toe the party line, and the cheesy videos didn't really help.So it was very surprising and mildly annoying to me that one of the sessions radically shifted my view on liturgy. To paraphrase the booklet, Sunday liturgy is not for individual spirituality, but the focus is on being a part of a community. It is almost impossible to be fully inward and fully outward simultaneously, and since there is just one ...
... levels high; and the brochure says it's the most valuable jewel of Renaissance sculpture in Galicia. Construction was begun in the ninth century. The monastery entrance faces south and is behind a huge staircase in a large square and is very clean and crisp. The church entrance faces east and is dark from age - it hasn't been cleaned in a while. But it's the multi-level, winding staircase to this entrance that shines. It captivated me the first time I ...
... the problem with Ruby’s pump on the Autosleeper’s Owners Forum, so we don’t leave until the afternoon. We drive first to the beach at Hondarribia where we have only a short walk as it is relatively cold - 15˚C – and cloudy. Next we attempt to drive into San Sebastián without updated Google maps, and both find it disheartening and frustrating. We stop for lunch, Jonny gets wifi and updates his maps and we glide easily into San Sebastián where there is an ...
... on the way... Other Robertsons from Canada, Australians and USA. Everyone gets pretty chatty along the way. Many know someone from NZ....one girl even thought I'd probably know her friend..... The trials of a smaller country??? The journey dragged a but as I neared the last 10 kms...anticipation of the end. Climbed up to the view on Monte Goia (Joy) as you start into Santiago. Ran into our Irish buddies who took ...
Our initial plan was to split the last stage of the hike into two days (10 and 15 km). We had arrived at the 10 km mark before lunch and there wasn't much to do in the area so we continued to our final destination Santiago de Compostella. This final stage provided a variety of walking paths through natural paths, oak, pine and eucalyptus woodlands, along the highway and through suburbs and to finish off, an all up hill path through Santiago to arrive at ...