Abba Burgos Hotel
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... hair cruising on a bike with 2 baskets and he was going on the opposite direction on the camino.. He caught my eye as we passed on the road. There was that same bicycle I saw when I was walking under a sign that said Hospital de la Alma.-- hospital of the soul. It was a gnome style home with a sign to come in.. Make yourself at home...these 2 people from Valencia and Italy had met on the camino and connected on a deep heart level... Put together ...
I awoke at 7 a.m this morning, which is a little later than normal but although I would like the luxury of sleeping a bit longer, the body is wide awake. So a leisurely approach to the day is appropriate, starting with a shower. This is something I don't do whilst walking the Camino, the shower is always at night so that I don't start the days walk with soft feet. A little trick I learned in my pre Camino reading. An unhurried breakfast ...
... at our host town of Castroaljeriz at around 3:00 pm. Besides updating the blog I read a historical book of the iressive old town. The remnants of the walled castle on the hill date back to 1500 BC. The town and region faced many battles and wars with the Moors (Arabs ) in the 8th and 9th century. Around the 10th century the Christians overtook the Moors and many laws to protect the interests of the people were written at that ...
Today is Friday and it has been a wonderfully relaxing day. When we set out (many moons ago, it feels like!) we called this our grand adventure. And an adventure it has been! Last night over dinner, we compared our photos and marveled at how much we have already seen and done. It is absolutely amazing! We have, as you know, hit a few road blocks, so we have taken a few days to decide the best way to ...
... again. Try as I may I can't seem to give it the slip- it seems to dog me wherever I go- it's part of the Camino experience as one tries to deal with one"s shadow side.
That's it for the moment. In future blogs I hope to share with you some do the extraordinary stories of those pilgrims I have met- this is so much a part of the way.
Adios for the moment, buenos noches.