We've arrived in Santiago!800 kilometers, lots of fancy toe blisters, over 300 euro in coffee , and many new friends has made this a fantastic journey.

The cathedral itself is under construction right now so arriving was a little underwhelming. We couldn't go in the front door, we couldn't put our hands in the stone pillar and during the pilgrims mass they didn't do the smokey swinging thing. (I'm sure there's an actual name for that, but I don't know what it is)

But it's not really about arriving in Santiago, I mean it is, but the journey is why we walk, if it was just to get to Santiago then I would fly there and see it. But we walk, that way we get to enjoy the country and each other and live like pilgrims.

I'm looking forwards to coming home. But this was a fantastic adventure.