It’s our last day of walking.
Churros and coffee for breakfast.
Ten of us started today
to walk the Camino Way
then with minimal fuss
one hopped on a bus
the rest finishing ‘come what may’.
Here we are setting off in the rain for our last day of walking The Camino.
A cut away view of an old house oven in Galicia. The oven is called a Lareira.
The first church along today’s way.
The way passed under a motorway.
And by a wisteria vine in flower.
And the morning coffee stop was behind this camelia tree with it beautiful fallen petals.
Locals adorn their gates and fences with golden Camino symbols.
A romanesque church 10 kms from Santiago.
Old carved stone lions flank the entrance to the church.
Closer to Santiago the Camino markers show the distance to our destination.
Walking through woodlands en route to Santiago.
Helen negotiating the muddy path along the way.
Bar and Helen enjoying today’s intermittent sunshine.
More sun worship.
Approaching Santiago we find an old Roman viaduct overgrown with ivy.
Arriving at the Cathedral square.
We see some interesting sights here. The old habit and the modern mobile phone cohabit successfully here in Santiago.
Our Last Supper in Santiago de Compestela. A time to reflect on all the good times we’ve enjoyed this week on the Camino Ingles walk together.
The stunning evening view of the Cathedral from Bar’s bedroom window. And so to bed to sleep and dream of a life well lived and what might be……..