Disembarking following the Way in La Coruna and take the boat to Santiago

Naomh Gobnait is the name of a boat, a traditional Irish boat built according to tradition by two pilgrims

30/06/2016 14:00
The pilgrims

The pilgrims

No doubt the Camino de Santiago is the typical tourist attraction visited by tens of thousands of people where, constantly, you find yourself suddenly with the most amazing or amusing anecdote. These two adjectives are applicable to the achievement of a group of pilgrims who made the road from Dublin, capital of the Republic of Ireland and most populous city of the island. Naoimh Gobnait is the name of a boat, a traditional Irish boat built according to tradition by two of the pilgrims who, after two years of planning, this week finally reached Santiago de Compostela following the English Way.

A boat seven meters handmade that has sailed from Dublin to the port of La Coruna in different steps performed for two years: the first stop was in Brittany, later rested in San Sebastian and finally reached the Galician port . But, contrary to what might seem, Naoimh Gobnait not remain moored in the port of La Coruna. Its builders and sailors decided to carry the boat and, recently, the Cathedral of Santiago saw his feet came these intrepid pilgrims with his "fellow traveler".



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Pedro Gómez
Pedro Gómez 04/07/16 18:00:18
¡¡Que grandes con la barca a cuestas!!
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Pepe AM
Pepe AM 04/07/16 15:31:54
Curioso no, lo siguiente

Habría que ver la cara de los turistas ese día en Santiago 8)8)8)8)
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David Romero
David Romero 01/07/16 17:47:22
Esa "foto finish" debe ser todo un poema para los que estuvieran por la zona
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Marisol Sabroso Remacha
Marisol Sabroso Remacha 04/07/2016 14:31:32
cada uno realiza el camino como quiere o como puede, todas son validas¡¡¡¡¡
Mario López
Mario López 30/06/16 21:40:26
Menuda travesía. Lo único malo es que en el viaje por mar no te encuentras con los mismos paisajes, pero seguro que lo han disfrutado también mucho.
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