What the f…

 

 Jamboree jazz & dance club. Barcelona  November 6. 2006

Analyse that

 

 “Dicen que ese tio era loco”: They say this guy was crazy…. I heard a Spanish man muttering whilst looking at one of the paintings at the Dalí museum in Figueres Cataluyna.

In this image I counted more or less 25 persons including my daughter and myself. Click on the picture for more detail.

This young girl

 was walking the pilgrim trail towards Santiago de Compostela in Spain. She is Peruvian and 87 years has passed since she was born.  We met her, half running and in good spirits with her daughter and grand-daughter some 110 kilometers before Santiago.  I´d like to be in that shape when I reach that age.

Window shopping

 

 A shop window in Santiago de Compostela.  Galicia, Spain.  15 of September 2012

Superdad!

 

and his brother taking good care of the baby in a breakfast-café in Santiago de Compostela. Galicia, Spain.  The 15 of September 2012

Cebreiro

  Cebreiro in Galicia lies at an altitude of 1300 meters. 8-9 of September every year there is a catholic ceremony at the church in honor of the Virgin Mary.  The Gallegos gather from all over the region for the event. Some arrives for religious reasons but many takes it as an excuse to party.. and oh my, they know how to party!

We arrived after a tough climb of 30 kilometers to Cebreiro conveniently the 8 of September.

The walk is over for this time, back home now, but still got a bunch of pictures worth showing.

The end of the world

Those who have wandered the 800 kilometers from France to Santiago de Compostela can keep on walking a few days extra, but no more than 100km.

This is where the world ends. Finito Finisterre!