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... for interceding for us and helping deliver us safely to Santiago.
We then split up and all the women went souvenir shopping. I had an absolute blast with all of them! When checking out at the first store, my credit card wouldn't work. It was attributed to the fact that American cards sometimes don't work in Europe because they don't have chips in them. It was a frustrating situation, but the ladies were ...
... bottles of water before I start. Arriving at the hotel I check in. Once in the room I immediately wash the clothes I have been wearing that day. Wring them out and sort out the best places to hang them. Balconies, open windows, air-con units, radiators are all candidates. Wrapping the clothes in towels to absorb moisture and of course the hairdryer. All these help to dry the clothes within a couple of hours. After sorting my clothes out,I ...
... on my face and making the most of it. The lunch was very tasty and afterwards we made our way to see the Cathedral which itself is set in a square and surrounded by the old part of town. It is currently under renovation but we were still able to go inside and have a tour and take some pictures. Having read Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follet it makes you see it all in a different light. The inside was amazing and regardless of whether you are ...
... on the roads with the traffic - I am not sure of we were at this time following the Camino as I hadn't seen a yellow arrow for quite a while. We then hit the narrow streets and were weaving in and out of crowds, up and down steep narrow alley ways and finally made it to plaza del Obradoiro where there were hundreds of others who had also just completed the pilgrimage. There were walkers flaked out on the ground, others buzzing with excitement ...
... They say one is called to walk the way of St James. I'd say that's exactly what happened to me. Somehow, the movie "The Way" ended up on my doorstep, and once I watched it (and googled and found out the Camino was real and not just a movie script), I knew instantly that I needed to go. I'm not sure what a calling feels like, but it was something inside that felt like a magnet pulling me. You guys know me. I don't hike. I don't ...