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    • Day 44

      Olveiroa to Cee

      June 13, 2023 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 20 °C

      Today was a good day. Walked with friends, we had a bit of sunshine, some rain. We stopped in a cafe for coffee, and later stopped at a picnic when a herd of cows followed a farmer and the dog (not a border collie....) and the wife through the picnic space. They seemed to have it all figured out, including the cows.

      We arrived in Cee which historically is a whaling town, and now it is a bustling seaside industrial and robust fishing centre. The first views of the sea were striking since I have nearly walked 900 km across the top of northern Spain from east to west, and the sight of water is striking. Yesterday, we saw a lake, and though we have seen a few rivers, by Canadian standards we might call them creeks, and today seeing that soon there will be no where left to walk was actually a bit alarming.

      Also noteworthy, this region is also famous for a werewolf. In the mid 15th century, in recorded documents, currently kept at a library in Paris, a group of 20 pilgrims were attacked and killed by a werewolf like creature. I have attached a picture of the creature. Kathy, Laurel and I did not encounter the werewolf on our travels, but a person is advised to not travel alone or at night.

      Well oddly enough, tomorrow is the end of the road...literally and figuratively for me. There is no where else to go, and since I can't walk on water, I will have to decide. And also finally after 900 km, my legs don't hurt, my feet are healed, my burn is nearly invisible, and my more recent spider bites appear to also be healing. Perhaps it is symbolic. All my physical challenges are healed, and so, therefore, all my spiritual and emotional challenges are also healed. I shall find out tomorrow when I reach "the end of the earth".
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    • Day 52

      Tag 52 von Fisterra nach Cee

      June 22, 2022 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 18 °C

      Heute war es nur eine kurze Strecke von 14 km.
      Der Weg war wieder wunderschön was durch das gute Wetter und das Meer noch verstärkt wurde einfach umwerfend.
      Leider heißt es morgen Abschied nehmen vom Meer es geht zurück ins inland.
      Ja so langsam neigt sich mein Camino dem Ende zu was aber auch gut ist.
      Mir fehlt meine Familie schon sehr.
      Aber in einer Woche sehe ich sie wieder endlich!!!😃😃
      Auf der anderen Seite ist es aber auch schade das es nun doch so schnell ging.
      Ich kann es noch garnicht richtig begreifen das ich so weit gegangen bin.
      Es waren doch nur 15-30 km am Tag.
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    • Day 49

      Tag 49 von Muxia nach Lires

      June 19, 2022 in Spain ⋅ 🌧 15 °C

      Den Tag heute könnte man beschreiben mit Wasser und Wind.
      Heute hat es den ganzen Weg über Geregnet und gestürmt und das bei 15 Grad.
      Aber gut so Tage gibt's halt auch gehört irgendwie dazu.
      Aber kaum war ich geduscht kamm wenigstens kurz die Sonne raus was für eine Ironie.
      Ich fühle mich richtig gut und harre der Dinge die da kommen.
      Ich werde öfters gefragt ob ich denn wirklich jeden Tag Lust habe zu Laufen und ich muss sagen ja warum auch nicht .
      Ich habe solange gewartet diesen meinen Traum erleben und genießen zu dürfen.
      So das jeder Tag ein Geschenk Gottes ist .
      Ich danke jeden Tag meiner Frau und meiner Familie die das erst möglich gemacht haben.
      Natürlich habe ich auch das Glück in einer Firma Arbeiten zu dürfen in der es die Möglichkeit einer Auszeit gibt.
      Irgendwie waren soviele beteiligt mir diese Möglichkeit zu geben .
      Das ich garnicht allen danken kann.
      Trozdem danke an alle.
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    • Day 37

      Almost there!

      August 28, 2022 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 18 °C

      After Cee came Concurbión, and then a few more villages close together. The sun came out for short periods, it's like it was wrestling with the fog.
      The whole day stayed cool, probably under 20°C - perfect for hiking.Read more

    • Day 38

      The Beginning of the End

      August 23, 2022 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 21 °C

      I have arrived at the End of the World. The beginning of it, at least. From here I’ll spend a day in Finisterre (Romans called this area “finis terrae” the end of the world) and then walk along the coast to Muxia, the end of my journey.

      How does it feel? Unreal at times, it feels simultaneously like yesterday and a lifetime ago, that I walked the hot and dusty roads of the Meseta.

      I still (after many Caminos) can’t wrap my head around having walked 1000 kilometers across a country to be here.

      But here we are. The end of the world. Where the sun goes to die, where the stars guided me since the first night in Navarra.
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    • Day 37


      August 22, 2022 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 19 °C

      After a night in the industrial harbor part of Cee that is best never spoken or written about, I left late, had coffee, and am now in the next seaside town of Corcubion.

      This isn’t my final destination, which lies uphill between here and Finisterre, a short walk away. Good thing it’s close, too, as the albergue is between nowhere and nothing, meaning I am carrying five extra kilos of food for tonight and tomorrow morning.Read more

    • Day 39

      Day 39: Lagos a Cee

      June 7, 2022 in Spain ⋅ ☁️ 19 °C

      On the way to the end of the world, and three days in.

      There is a different energy to this leg of the trip. Perhaps it is me, but there is a tiredness of the body and perhaps even the soul. I leave later, my muscles are more relaxed, a drink wine for longer and I rest for longer. The knowledge that I have reached Santiago, accomplished my goal, still sinks in as I drink coffee this morning.

      I wake up around 6.30 naturally, having had a good sleep with an actual duvet, I make my way down for a coffee. I am with a lovely group, there is a close familiarity they have shared that I feel I am slightly on the outside of today, so I drink some coffee and eat a little breakfast before heading off on my own today.

      It is a fellow pilgrims birthday, and I reflect on what that experience might be like to celebrate in the company of great Camino friends. I hope to see them at my final destination and enjoy a glass of wine to celebrate.

      I stop a few times on the way today, a coffee here and a coffee there. Everything feels almost dreamlike, a slow steadiness that is unlike the energy of the last week. A natural slowing as I move closer and closer to the sea.

      The walk today is peaceful and beautiful, the familiar look of the countryside is very evocative. With eucalyptus at either side of the path, and the smell of sea salt in the air, I really do feel as if I am walking home.

      I begin to make plans for when I return, I will cut my hair, I will start screen printing, I will start to sing again. I resolve that I will continue the journey I have started to enjoy myself and my life, living it to the fullest. As this chapter comes to a close somewhat, I know it is just another page in the story. I am in a reflective mood and walk mostly in silence, although I do meet Hodges along the way!

      I arrive in Cee, crossing over a hill to the first sight of the sea. It is absolutely beautiful, and just the look of it is refreshing. I know that I get closer to finisterre, and closer to Doniños by the day.

      At the hostel I share some of my fruit with a Dutch pilgrim, who tells me he is looking to make large life changes in his marriage and his job. It is amazing that I have grown comfortable talking with people about such personal and intimate things; I think the Camino teaches you that in many ways. We are all human, and we can support each other.

      I am invited to eat spaghetti with some Italians at the hostel, and there is a birthday dinner to celebrate also! I hope I can do both.
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    • Day 37


      August 28, 2022 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 18 °C

      Cee was larger than I expected. Being Sunday, there was a 'mercadillo' and we headed there thinking it was a food market, but it was a clothes market 🤷🏻‍♀️
      However, there were shops all around, including a confitería. We bought some cake and pastries, and took them with us to a place that served coffee.
      When I was almost finished with my morning tea, another German guy turned up. I saw him before. He started to speak in German with Jan, completely ignoring me. Even after I said hello, he didn't acknowledge me. I found him very rude. To top it off, he pulled out a cigarette. I was out of there before he could light it.
      No idea wtf was wrong with this guy, I didn't get that kind of attitude from anyone else in the whole trip.
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    • Day 16

      Olveiroa - Cee (19,5km)

      July 25, 2023 in Spain ⋅ ☀️ 20 °C

      Raus aus der Stadt, rauf auf den Camino! Mit dem Bus flüchteten wir vom pulsierenden, reizüberflutenden Santiago nach Olveiroa und trafen einen Camino an, wie wir ihn von unseren Anfangstagen her kannten: beinahe menschenleer und deshalb so wunderschön.
      Auf geschotterten Höhenwegen liefen wir vorbei an Stausee und Windrädern, stärkten uns zwischendurch in einer abgelegenen Bar (O Casteliño, die einzige Bar auf fast 15 km!) und passierten einen wahrhaftigen Kraftort, die Capilla da Nosa Señora das Neves, mit einer von Pilgern errichteten Gedenkstätte.
      Und da war es endlich! Laut unserem Reiseführer noch berührender als der Anblick von Santiagos grandioser Kathedrale: das Meer! Wie eindrücklich diese Weite sein kann!
      Nach einem steilen Abstieg erreichten wir bald das kleine Küstenstädtchen Cee, wo wir heute in der schönen Pensión Beiramar nächtigen werden. Morgen bestreiten wir unsere allerletzte Etappe zum Kap Finisterre.
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    • Day 37

      Last leg to Finisterre

      August 28, 2022 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 17 °C

      Yesterday afternoon was so hot, I didn't want to get caught out again. So, this morning I started walking in the dark, on my own. I was the first one to leave the albergue.
      It was foggy, "I can see the air", I thought! I like the fog, it makes great pictures 🙂

      The landscape kept changing. There was a long stretch without any villages, and about halfway to the destination there was a town called Cee.
      After the first 7k or so, with some daylight already, I found a picnic area and stopped there for a self catered breakfast.
      Jan caught up with me about 4k before Cee. and we were keen to get there and go to a cafe.
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