Charlie: we are still processing the fact that we have finished the Camino and what it all means. When I walk to the store it is all about the destination, the walk is just the means. When I take a… Continue Reading
Charlie: Almost a silhouette. We walked back in the square until the sun was just behind the right tower. Easy to find the spot by looking at the shadow.
Wynette: Today we went to the pilgrim’s office near the cathedral to get our compostelas. We showed them our pilgrim’s passports in which we had collected sellos (stamps) that we requested along the way. The sellos are a record of… Continue Reading
Wynette: We arrived in Santiago yesterday afternoon about 3:45. It is rather strange to be here. We are happy we made it, happy we did it, and, well, planning our next camino, maybe through Portugal? We walked 412 miles according… Continue Reading
Wynette: Last night, we were sitting by the fire in our B&B (see Charlie’s post about Casa Brandariz below). We had our wet shoes there, hoping to dry them out a little. Two men sat down across from us. One was… Continue Reading
Charlie: Almost every albergue and hotel has wifi although they pronounce it wee-fee (like a small charge). We need wifi to download our pictures and videos. It takes a minute to download 1-2 seconds of video so we need a… Continue Reading
Charlie: We stayed at a nice casa rural last night. It was out in the country, off the Camino, so they picked us up and dropped is off at the same place in the morning. Excellent food. The public area… Continue Reading
Wynette: We’ve enjoyed walking through eucalyptus tree forests in Galicia. This grove we walked through today had some big ones.