Day 37 | Static Gallery

Camino de Santiago de Compostela

Triacastela | Sarria

Read about Days 34 to 38 of our journey, or see a full list of posts on the Camino de Santiago.

Completo sign from our albergue
Completo sign from our albergue
Café/bar at the top of the Escalinata Maior, the steps are on the right
Café/bar at the top of the Escalinata Maior, the steps are on the right
Iglesia de Santa Marina, 19th century
Iglesia de Santa Marina, 19th century
Detail of pilgrim mural in Sarria
Detail of pilgrim mural in Sarria
Pilgrim mural in Sarria
Pilgrim mural in Sarria
Jeff (Holland) and Sarah (Italy) our bunkmates in Triacastela
Jeff (Holland) and Sarah (Italy) our bunkmates in Triacastela
The municipal albergue in Sarria
The municipal albergue in Sarria
Trail near San Mamed del Camino
Trail near San Mamed del Camino
Sculpture in Sarria
Sculpture in Sarria
Camino markers in Sarria, where the lines start coming together is the direction you are to travel
Camino markers in Sarria, where the lines start coming together is the direction you are to travel
Early morning fog near Alto do Riocabo
Early morning fog near Alto do Riocabo
Pilgrim font near San Xil
Pilgrim font near San Xil
Pretty Camino perro at cafe near Furela
Pretty Camino perro at cafe near Furela
Escalinata Maior, ancient granite steps of Sarria
Escalinata Maior, ancient granite steps of Sarria
Trail outside Mondaveiga
Trail outside Mondaveiga
Camino perro at café near Furela
Camino perro at café near Furela
Limestone walkway around the river near A Balsa
Limestone walkway around the river near A Balsa
Vista from Furela
Vista from Furela
Tracy entering the outskirts of Sarria
Tracy entering the outskirts of Sarria
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