8 Sept. Arriving at the start

We caught a very fast train across France to the launching point – a medieval town called St Jean Pier de Port. We walked the ancient streets and the citadel. Our hostel was wonderful – 22 people from around the world.  We shared our intentions for the Camino.  Mine was to be outdoors, to walk the land and mark the end of a working life and living life differently. We lined up with other pilgrims and collected our compestella – our pilgrims passport.  We get a stamp at every hostel on our way to Santiago.740677CE-5FF6-4311-9FEB-AD7E48789A1F

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