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Camino Mozárabe (Camino Fisterra) - day 52 - Olveiroa to Finisterre 35 km

Sorry folks for the delay of my post for my final stage. I spent my blogging time soaking up the sun on the beach…it seemed the right thing to do. 582 more words

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Camino Mozárabe (Camino Fisterra) - day 51 - Negreira to Olveiroa 35.5 km

I met two English speaking women on arrival yesterday, one from the U.S. And one from Australia. It was nice to speak to them, but it transpired this morning that they are light shiners and bag rustlers, the scourge of the laid-back pilgrim. 742 more words

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Camino Mozárabe (Camino Fisterra) - day 50 - Santiago de Compostela to Negreira 21.6 km

Life was just too exciting yesterday to spend my precious time waiting in line at the pilgrims’ office for my Compostela. So here I am at 07:40 waiting for the office to open at 08:00 so that I can pick up my Compostela before setting off for Finisterre. 733 more words

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Camino Mozárabe (Camino Sanabrés) - day 49 - Outeiro to Santiago de Compostela 17.7 km

As mentioned in yesterday’s post Paul and I decided to take a walk to see if there was actually a village here or just a few houses. 1,103 more words

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Camino Mozárabe (Camino Sanabrés) - day 48 - Silleda to Outeiro 25.7 km

I have to recommend last night’s private albergue. The service to price ratio was excellent and the menu del dia was good value. It was such a treat to sleep in a single storey bed, with no snorers or light-shiners around. 646 more words

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Camino Mozárabe (Camino Sanabrés) - day 47 - Castro Dozón to Silleda 29 km

Another chilly start to the day with all layers donned, but fairly soon I was peeling off the sock-gloves and the buff hat. The jacket took a little longer because there was a lot of walking in the shade, but eventually the jacket, then the fleece sleeves and finally the infinity buff were all stowed in the pack. 785 more words

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Camino Mozárabe (Camino Sanabrés) - day 46 - Cea to Castro Dozón 16 kmo

Well, that hardly seemed worth the bother! There are two routes that run between Cea and Castro Dozón. We four had decided to take the longer route via Oseira Monastery which is apparently worth the extra kms for the views. 458 more words

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