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... intend to participate in the mass celebration, they had a few minutes to kindly find their way to an exit.
We had presumed the first two rows were reserved for visiting clergy, or perhaps for the people who pulled the ropes to swing the Botafumiero (although we did not know if we would see it today). We were surprised (and not in a good way), too see what appeared to be a tour group get the front two ...
... based on my exhaustive research of one week in the country.
A great example of the upside in Portugal was the birthday dinner we had at the Dux Palace..the owner was a super enthusiastic ambassador for her country. Another example was a company advertising the sexiest WC in the World..it was good but maybe not that good...at least they're trying
We made it to Spain yesterday ...
... Iacopu became Santiago in the local pronunciation. By the way, for you fans of Othello and Shakespeare, Iago is one of the other names derived from James. “Campo Stela” roughly translates to field of the star. Therefore, Santiago de Campostela or Compostela. When the story circulated, a new pilgrimage route was born, towards the place of the patron saint’s bones, the Apostle James’ burial site, Santiago de Compostela.
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... bus had just gone to refuel and change drivers so when my heart rate settled down I had time for a coffee haha. Beautiful scenery along the way and arrived in Santiago in the early afternoon. My small hotel was lovely, right at the entrance to the old city and the main gateway for pilgrims entering from the French route. My room had a long, windowed balcony and from there I could watch the pilgrims tramping in. Great atmosphere in this historical UNESCO listed city filled ...
... sugar, lemon and orange peel and there were coffee beans in it too. He then lit up a ladle full of it and dropped it back in the bowl and continued to stir and pull the ladle up and let the liquid flow back into the bowl the whole time the thing is flaming. He then recites a chant/poem/? as he does this. After a while he invites one person to drink (chose a local thank goodness) and if ok we each take our glasses up to drink. It was strong but delicious and not sweet and what ...