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"In each of us dwells a wanderer, a gypsy, a pilgrim. What matters most on your journey is how deeply you see, how attentively you hear, how richly the encounters are felt in your heart." ~ Phil Coustineau, from his book, "The Art of Pilgrimage."
Our day fourteen on the Camino Sanabrés, from Cea to Estación de Lalín, part two, felt long and hard. It was a Herculean day!
Our day fourteen on the Camino Sanabrés from Cea to Estación de Lalín was a magical day, perhaps my favorite of all on this Camino!
Our day thirteen on the Camino Sanabres from Ourense to Cea consisted of a tough morning climb, but on the beautiful cobblestone Royal Road, the Camiño Real, taking the pilgrimage traveler through fascinating medieval hamlets along the way.
Our day twelve on the Camino Sanabres from Xunqueira de Ambía to Ourense was a long walk, on mostly pavement. The Camino follows along on the same road for more than half-way, then on roads through the industrial areas of Ourense, the amazing medieval town of Seixalbo.
Our day eleven on the Camino Sanabrés from Vilar de Barrio to Xunqueira de Ambía was another rain-soaked day, however, this gentle rain was manageable.
Our day ten on the Camino Sanabres, from A Laza to Vilar de Barrio was another fabulous day of walking on beautiful mountain paths, and very little pavement.
Our day nine on the Camino Sanabres from A Venda da Capela to A Laza, was a joyous walk on high mountain paths and roads, with stunning views.
Our day eight on the Camino Sanabres from A Gudiña to A Venda da Capela was very short and not-so-sweet in the wind and pouring rain, ending in a taxi ride.
Our day seven on the Camino Sanabres from Lubián to A Gudiña was a long and strenuous walk, almost entirely on forest paths!
Our day six on the Camino Sanabrés from Puebla de Sanabria to Lubián was a rain-soaked day, for the most part on the highway, the N-525.
Our day five on the Camino Sanabres from Entrepeñas to Puebla de Sanabria was a day filled with anticipation of our arrival in the wonderful and highly touristed town.
Our day four on the Camino Sanabrés from Rionegro del Puente to Entrepeñas was a short and sweet day, designed to take advantage of several shorter days.
Day three, Camino Sanabrés, from Santa Marta de Tera to Rionegro del Puente is essentially a gentle and steady climb through increasingly deciduous forests.
Our day two on the Camino Sanabres from Tábara to Santa Marta de Tera was perhaps the most historically important day for the pilgrimage traveler.
Our day one on the Camino Sanabres from Granja de Moreruela to Tábara was another long, hot one, with an optional 4.0 km round trip to the Monasterio Moreruela.
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