At 1:10 P.M. on my twentieth day, I completed the French Way of the Camino de Santiago. I was elated, but I took a moment of silence and remembered my mom. How I wished I could have called her. If she were alive, she would have been constantly worried about me as I walked across Spain. I also knew she would have been very proud… From Page 194, Camino de Santiago In 20 Days.
I left my last post, On The Camino De Santiago in Santiago de Compostela Spain, The Old City, as we faced the arch of Pazo do Xelmírez. Now, let’s slowly walk through the arch and into the Praza do Obradoiro.
This video was actually from my summer Camino del Norte. I arrived in the evening on a day in early August. Please excuse the little bit of shaking but I wanted to give you…
A Pilgrim’s view.
Again from my summer Camino de Norte: the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, Catedral de Santiago de Compostela, glowed in the evening sky.
On both occasions, I was happy to arrive in Santiago de Compostela and standing in front of the beautiful cathedral. One knows though, just because you arrive in Santiago de Compostela, your journey doesn’t end there. My journey continues…
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