Our final steps earn us a 3 hour wait and the compostela, a certificate of completion for the Camino, but we have to go farther so we can see the Atlantic and Finisterre where medieval pilgrims saw the end of the earth.
Drunk on cheese, scallops, desserts, and actual alcohol on the penultimate steps of our journey.
We start our final 100k through Galicia known for its rain and food, not so unlike home.
The story of the hanged innocent means you get a chicken coop in a church. Miracles in action.
A fountain of wine and a fancy dinner of pinchos can really boost your mood when morale is down.
A “nero” to be tourists in Pamplona, our best family style albergue pilgrim meal yet, and more Iberican serrano ham.