The Last StampOctober 6, 2017 in Spain ⋅ ☀️ 21 °C
When I was a young lad I collected stamps which opened up my world to far off lands and national symbols. Each day on the Way we collect at least one "sello" or stamp for our pilgrim credencial, usually from the Albergue we are staying at.
The credencial (or passport) is proof of our trip, where we started and stopped along the Way. It is required in Santiago de Compostella if we want to receive an official document written in Latin that says we have completed our Camino.
Appropriately enough when we reach Santiago de Compostella tomorrow we will be staying at an albergue called The Last Stamp.
The excitement is building. Only 19.8 km to walk tomorrow morning to reach the Cathedral in Santiago and add some more ink to my credencial.Read more