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Arzua – Almost There

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Ok, it is now official. We are almost there. Just a short two days away and another 44 km to go. Heck, we could drive there in less than an hour if we wanted. So everybody is talking about it. Everybody is asking “what’s next?” Some are going to walk to Finnisterre, some are going on to other destinations in Europe and some are just heading home. Some are sad, some are excited and some are just road weary. I myself am so joyful that I have made it this far. I am really excited to be heading home after. But until I get on that plane, I am still oh so excited to be here, enjoying the Camino each and every moment I can. Here is today’s bounty. Enjoy!

I found out today these are to store corn in

How graceful

Early morning sun on the Camino

Not sure??

Lunch! A pulperia is where they serve pulpo, or octopus. This town is famous for it. It was great!

The pots have some really large octopus in them

Ahhhh! View out my hotel window. Nice!

7 Comments Post a comment
  1. Headed to San Francisco and the frog vortex boosted up by the ADHD conference I’m calling it creativity on steroids weekend!

    November 7, 2012
  2. wow…your almost there….what a journey and what incredible landscape and pics you have….I am so happy for you Dave….love you brother

    November 7, 2012
    • Thanks bro. You have been great to have along. Love you too!

      November 7, 2012
  3. sally cutherell #

    On first glance at the octopus restaurant picture, it looked like that guy behind the bar was being cooked in a huge pot! A pulperia…now, that’s something you won’t see in Austin. I asked for more food pics/descriptions, didn’t I? Be careful what you ask for :)

    November 7, 2012
    • Yeah. And these weren’t little octopi. They were pretty big! Although it was really tasty. Kinda like a mild tasting lobster. Same consistency and rich. Just had to ignore the little suckers. :)

      November 7, 2012
  4. Kim Lauritzen #

    The first photograph is my favorite. I hope you put together a photo book for us when you get home. Thanks for taking us along your journey.

    November 7, 2012

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