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La unión.

Sintió entonces que la vitalidad del valle le penetraba desordenada e íntegra y que él entregaba la suya al valle en un vehemente deseo de fusión, de compenetración íntima y total. 59 more words


El Camino de Santiago

El Camino de Santiago, or The Way of St. James, is an ancient pilgrimmage to the Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela. The original path has pagan roots and existed long before Christianity with legendary Celtic witches residing on the rocky coasts of Galicia. 1,314 more words



Excitement is building.

I can’t help feeling the excitement of the thought that we are going to do this. We are going to finish this task of mine. 695 more words

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Not looking like a great day

The next morning we took our bags over to the dining room for breakfast. I could barely hold back my emotions as I watched the pregrinos who had stayed for the night prepare themselves for their next stage and the others who were using the albergue as a breakfast stop. 550 more words

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First day for us both over, will our legs work again?

It’s hard to describe how we felt after completing 28 kms the day before. I do know we didn’t bound out of bed and set off with a spring in our steps. 853 more words

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We’re on our way.

The nerves that were with me yesterday for AM’s arrival have changed to nerves of anticipation that she will experience even just a fraction of what I have experienced. 1,271 more words

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Country roads - Noja to Güeres

Noja was a wonderful little seaside tourist town where only one coffee shop was open at 9 am. After recharging with Cafe con leche watching the sun poke out from the clouds over the beautiful long beach, I set off towards Güeres. 300 more words