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... Because there aren’t any more adventures like this one.” It may just be that if you wish to go on a journey into the unknown, or of self-discovery, it feels better to do it on a marked, famous route in a western European country well-provisioned for pilgrims’ needs.
Or am I being too cynical here? Perhaps even hypocritical?
I think I will now courageously walk from my comfortable hotel room out into the cool night to find a place to eat some ...
... 8216;tomato’ and remembering ‘mustaso’ from the day before (mustard for our
hamburgers!), we were in business. Actually, we recognized some species of fish
on the menu and two of us got fish sandwiches as well.
We spotted a few pilgrims en route, including one who was
obviously overcome and was being carried to a waiting car. We also saw the
trail on a few occasions.
We arrived ...
... Spain . Anyway his body was bought back to north west Spain and the "discovery" of his remains after 8 centuries gave birth to the pilgrimage to Santiago which has lasted for centuries. Started chatting with a Canadian guy who has done the pilgrimage 8 times and now actually does volunteer work in the pilgrim office. He was saying summer is chaos with back packs ...
... this was very quickly and innovatively addressed through a variety of water bottles, empty yoghurt cartons (adding a delightful strawberry nose to the wine as noted by John!) canister caps and even a shell - the symbol of a pilgrim and also a handy drinking vessel as it turns out - albeit minimal! A further few pilgrims were enticed to join us before the wine and snacks were exhausted and the clouds rolling across the sun dropped the temperature to the point where we ...
... his daily blog was anything but a bore
An incredible story and a tour de force
They forgot to tell him the pilgrims did it by horse
I’ve just received a twitter from the Pope in Rome
He reports Jimmy is well and on his way home
And is likely to be sainted before the year is out
To be known as Saint James of Homebush the no layabout.