Hotel Rustico Puerto Arnela
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... from others about the Camino, it will not be what you expect it to be.
Everyone's Camino is different.
Now for some final Camino statistics:
Number of pairs of Hokas coming back to Colorado with us: one
Number of bandaids and rolls of tape used: about a million bandaids and 12 rolls of tape
Number of Henry's met on the Camino: three
Number of nice Henry's met on the Camino: two
Number of times Sue ...
... room, receive our compostella's and eat a quick and early dinner. Dianne and I then hiked the last 3 kilometers to the 0.0 kilometer mark at the lighthouse. The rocks and hillside littered with pilgrims who we had met and encountered along the way, the beautiful sunset was truly a fitting end to this journey! Today it's back to Santiago (by bus!) and then to Madrid. My last post, I pray each of you have a "buen camino" on your journey!!! Gracias ...
... alone, I made a concerted effort to try to brand what I was experiencing in my memory - the sun sparkling on the water all around me, the soft ocean breeze on my face, the mountains in the distance, the smell of the sea, and the quaint city below. It was the whole package - the culmination and the final point on my walk - I sat a long time to reflect on what got me to this point.
I realized how blessed I was to have had ...
The last night before leaving for Finesterre was with little sleep.. Too much excitement and a longer day than I had ever experienced The scenery was beautiful and I walked part of that day with Marcela. Most people take four days...so we parted at the place she made her destination for the day and I continued for the 20 Kms remaining There were some super rugged rocky downhills and without walking sticks, I had to traverse very carefully down that grade... Than it opened ...
It was pouring rain when we were ready to leave Fisterra. Decided to taxi to the Little Fox house. It cost us 40€ but in the rain it was worth it. When we arrived no one was home. Found a key and let ourselves in waiting for Louise. Louise and guest Ano had gone to the market. What a wonderful place. We had a queen size bed on the 3 rd floor. Not sleeping in a bunk bed. ...