Camino – Sarria (Day 27)
Date: Mon 3rd June
Distance: 0 km (Rest Day)
Santiago de Composela: 115 km
Highlight: Jenny’s Birthday
The weather hasn’t disappointed for a relaxing rest day to celebrate Jenny’s birthday! What better way than to start the day with a buffet hotel breakfast. No need to eat for the rest of the day!
As always with rest days, it’s a good opportunity to catch up on some domestics, but we also needed to get new pilgrim passports (Credentials), as we had completely filled our original credentials with Sello’s (pilgrim stamps). So we headed for the 13th century Monastery for a new set. The Monastery is still in operation and part of the building has recently been refurbished and also accommodates pilgrims as an Albergue.
We also enjoyed a pleasant stroll around town which we finished off with gelato’s in the afternoon sun (we needed to try the Spanish Gelato’s so we can make an informed comparison when we get to Italy! – Anne, you better not disappoint!)
We are hoping to stow our wet weather gear at the bottom of our backpacks (probably wishful thinking in this region of Spain) as we head off on the final leg of our Camino.
2 Responses to “Camino – Sarria (Day 27)”
Hi Jenny,Happy Birthday, what a place to celebrate it in. You will have a hard time beating that for next year! We are loving all your posts and the photos are magnificent. We think you should take us all next time. Hope your day is wonderful and the last part of the journey is just as amazing. Carolyn
Looks you have had a great birthday Jenny, we trust that your serf, Steve, pampered you! Keep on trekkin’