Day31 Triacastela to Sarria 18.83Km

Day 31, where has October gone!

Buen Cowmino! 🤣 spent most of the way walking through the little farming hamlets traversing cowpats! Big black and white cows 🐄 so I’m guessing these cows are for milking! 

Lovely weather with fabulous scenery. Great walking today as it was not too taxing given the fact we climbed, and we know what goes up must come down. I managed the descents slowly and in my usual fashion crabbed my way down.

Great little stop today where I caught up with fellow pilgrims, really lovely to see Maya too. This stop was in the tiniest of hamlets and if it wasn’t for the unexpected colourful signage you would have missed it!

A plethora of offerings, which included composting toilets! Loved the vibe, loved the concept, loved this little oasis on the Camino,

Sarria didn’t disappoint either. Beautiful medieval town, a melange of old and new.

Interesting intersection on the Camino, because Sarria is the last place where you can start your walk on the Camino. 

You need to have at least 2 stamps a day to qualify for a Compostela certificate. This also applies for the pilgrims who have walked from SJPDP or beyond on the Camino path.

Buen Camino 😘 



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