Receiving Our Compostela and The Most Memorable Days of Our Pilgrimage to Santiago

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  1. Thanks for the blog. Seems to me like rowing or otherwise boating is the way to do this. Avoids the foot pain. Fantastic story. Really nice of you to write it up for others to read.

    • Irene says:

      Thanks. Unfortunately my follow up blog is a memorial. The Irish boat Pilgrims had a tragic accident 2 weeks later. One of them didn’t make it and the boat is wrecked ūüôĀ It’s very sad.

  2. Judy Simmons says:

    Oh my gosh, Irene what a absolutely lovely last post of your Camino Primitivo. And to meet so many celebrites…ah gee I am very happy for the both of you.
    May your days be filled with continuing joy.
    Thank you for taking me on this journey and for including bits and pieces other bloggers did not.
    Judy

    • Irene says:

      It was truly my pleasure. I’m very happy you enjoyed reading it. I always wonder if anybody even cares so I appreciate your frequent comments Judy.

  3. SYates says:

    It was great meeting you too! Unfortunately I missed the ‘packing of the boat’, especially now as we know of the sad accident. Buen Camino de la Vida, SY

  4. Inés Abad. says:

    Irene, te felicito esta muy bien tu blog. Enhorabuena

  5. Inés Abad. says:

    Este blog representa una buena imagen y trayectoria del camino y de la ciudad de Santiago de Compostela.
    Lo más representativo y característico, está muy bien explicado. FELICIDADES

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  7. Thanks so very much for this generous share. So very moving for us. We’ve walked the Camino Francis (2014)…The Dingle Pennisula (2015) and The West Highland Way (2016). We leave for Lisbon and the Camino Portuguese on August 21. We so loved Ireland crossed the Carrick Bridge and marveled at the Cliffs of Mohr. Coupled with Scotland and our Camino they have been such spiritual experiences. What a blessing you were to the rowers and I’m sure they to you. Not to mention the gift of John.‚̧ԳŹ??

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