Finisterre to Muxia 28k
Most of today was forest and bitumen and plenty of climbing before finally a fairly long descent into Muxia. We saw quite a few pilgrims walking in the opposite direction throughout the day. Just when we started to wonder if we would bump into Edgar someone we've been bumping into almost since the beginning there he was as if by magic. We said our goodbyes as we probably won't see him again.
Our accommodation was easy to find and we have a very nice private room in an Alburgue.
As I took my backpack and shoes off I realized it was for the last time I would wear them as a pilgrim as our pilgrimage has finished here in Muxia. After 46 days on the Camino and 44 of those were spent walking it was an emotional moment. We've covered over 900k in that time, met lots of wonderful people and seen some amazing sights. We've been incredibly privileged to be able to have made this journey and I know I haven't taken a single day for granted. We've both been thankful for everyday and all the things and people each day has delivered We're both travel weary and looking forward to home but a part of me wants this to go on forever.
So now we'll rest up and and have a few days as tourists and who knows maybe start making plans for whatever we'll do next.....so.
Until next time.