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Trip Report A bit of the Camino de Santiago..

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I have just finished watching the fireworks here in Santiago after 10 days of Camino. I will write a quick report when I get home next week. It has been wonderful and am quite sad it is "over" for now. I have tons of great memories which will entice me to return.

I highly recommend many parts of this trail, even if you only have a few hours. There are definitely special spots to take into consideration a detour if you are in the area.

Scenery, historic villages, farmlands and you are always meeting interesting people along the way.

I am not a true pilgrim, but have walked the walk, and done as much as I could. I surprised myself several days. It can be grueling, but it has been rewarding.

More to come.
P.S. The pulpo ( octopus) around here is fabulous.


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