I write this blog as the Portsmouth diocese closes its journey in San Sebastian. Its been an action packed few days, where we’ve discovered so many new and wonderful things.Its been tiring but i’m sure there is plenty more energy still available for when we arrive in Madrid tomorrow evening for the start of World Youth Day proper.
We’ve met so many new people here from Australia, Croatia, Sweden, Poland, Italy, America, Chile, Argentina, France and of course Spain. They’ve all been amazing people so full of energy, happiness, love and faith. We’ve met them across the North of Spain and South of France in Loyola, Lourdes and of course the wonderful city we’ve called home for the last few weeks San Sebastian. We’ve sang with them, played sports with them, celebrated with them and relaxed with them.
It will be sad to leave here but its been a great experience and one which I certainly wont forget and I know the rest of the diocese wont either, an excellent warm up for the main event.
All that is left to say is THANK YOU SAN SEBASTIAN!!!!! For warming us up for Madrid and allowing us to call you home for the last few days!