Day 5-no rest for the pilgrim

Today was a scheduled rest day but in order to walk less the next few days we will continue on. 30 km on varied terrain is too long a day! Nice dinner here at the convent last night in Foncebadon with a priest from South Africa, a Romanian geologist, a retired british fellow and a south Korean young lady who spoke no English or Spanish but smiled a lot. We have also been walking with a woman from.Holland who is pretty cool. So off to the Cruz de Ferro and then downhill to either Molineseca or maybe Ponferrada where a Templar castle awaits. Go Easy! Don’t stop walking.

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2 thoughts on “Day 5-no rest for the pilgrim

  1. Madeleine N

    Another day closer. Cheers! Are you leaving some inukshuks behind? Wish I was there, but glad I’m not……I would definitely hold you back. Thanks for the nice pics…….I almost feel I’m there. Sweet dreams.

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    1. Steven

      Thank you. We have not made any inukshuks but have seen a few. All along the trail pilgrims leave piles of rocks and some notes and sometimes graffiti. It is an interesting micro culture.

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