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Final day getting to Santiago de Compostela | Camino del Norte - Day 32

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Final day getting to Santiago de Compostela | Camino del Norte - Day 32

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On the Day 32 of our Camino de Santiago del Norte we got from the village O Grove to the city Santiago de Compostela.

The next day we had a very little time before our bus at midday and we woke up early to be able to walk slowly the distance to the town O Grove. We crossed the same river bridge as yesterday and said goodbye to the cute little crabs and moved further ahead along the bay in direction to the town. We said thank you to the eucalyptus forest for being a great company throughout our journey. We took the bus to Pontevedra and then changed another one to get to Santiago. In Santiago we had several hours to spare and we decided to visit the square of the Cathedral of Santiago (that is a goal for all the pilgrims). The place was beautiful and filled with light with a unique atmosphere of pilgrims coming and walking around with their backpacks...
 

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Final day getting to Santiago de Compostela | Camino del Norte - Day 32

Watch the full video here:

On the Day 32 of our Camino de Santiago del Norte we got from the village O Grove to the city Santiago de Compostela.

The next day we had a very little time before our bus at midday and we woke up early to be able to walk slowly the distance to the town O Grove. We crossed the same river bridge as yesterday and said goodbye to the cute little crabs and moved further ahead along the bay in direction to the town. We said thank you to the eucalyptus forest for being a great company throughout our journey. We took the bus to Pontevedra and then changed another one to get to Santiago. In Santiago we had several hours to spare and we decided to visit the square of the Cathedral of Santiago (that is a goal for all the pilgrims). The place was beautiful and filled with light with a unique atmosphere of pilgrims coming and walking around with their backpacks...
One of the most motivating reasons for me to even consider walking the Camino is the amount of positive feedback from everyone who walks its. Further inspiration from large no. of pilgrims who go back to walk multiply other routes as well. What I don't understand whats your purpose & motivation to create some negative cogitation of your experience by producing this video. Life is not perfect & no doubt we all experience some negativeness at some stage in life.
 

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What I don't understand whats your purpose & motivation to create some negative cogitation of your experience by producing this video
There are always negatives and positives. They had a generally positive attitude. I thought they had a few misconceptions even to the end but the motivation just seemed to be honesty.
 

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