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It's a wonder you were able to sit I'd have been horizontal for a week after that Caminka :lol:caminka said:I ended up in a 2-day walk (Vilaserio - Fisterra). I don't really reccommend it, though, as the second day was 50km/14hours and I was out sitting on the benches for the half of the following day (no need to explain, why, ne?).
Brilliant, thankyou!Homer-Dog said:After you receive your compostela in Santiago de Compostela, you can get more stamps an the way to Fisterra. You just have to make sure you have space for another four or five stamps. Also don't forget to stop at the Albergue in Fisterra to pick up your certificate.
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