AC Hotel La Rioja by Marriott
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... amusing about the Spanish - they never really leave home. Even with the recession (always to be referred to in Spain as the 'crisis' - pronounced 'creeeeseees' even if you're Speaking English), which meant that most of them didn't have the option to move out anyway, they don't particularly want to.
Spanish men are on par with the Italians in how much they're babied by their mothers. In Spain, and Italy, only moving out when you get married isn't at all uncommon, or looked ...
... sensation somewhere in the rest of my body. I tried desperately to guess, despite feeling nothing anywhere above the ankles. I mean, what else could I do?
"Er, I think maybe that bit's my spine?" I made a go of it.
"No," she said, sternly. "This bit's supposed to affect your nose. Concentrate."
Christ, but it was a nightmare. After a while I just sort of made sounds, like "Aha! I feel something!" (not specifying where). (I didn't).
... the 1 Euro we were paying for the bad stuff.
We were a bit spooked about the long day ahead to Logrono so made sure we had an early night. Up at 6am, dressed and down to have breakfast of juice, coffee, boiled egg, bread and marmalade plus a piece of a great cake the owner had made the night before. We had also bought bananas and currants for the trek but along the way also bought a stick of bread and some jamon.
Warren wanted a good stretch out so went ...
... path! AND I didn't fall on my ass once! Was lots of careful stepping though *happy dance* Spent the last few kms into town talking to Ben from Qld who I met a few days ago. He's a doctor at Royal Brisbane - means I missed the mark when I thought he was around 22 the other day but a nice guy spending his dictated 5 weeks of holiday enjoying himself far removed from the stresses of intensive care.
And two things I ...
... time. I need to let go of the past and greet each day anew as if I have never been here before. 10 years later it is a very different experience. There are hundreds of pilgrims walking each day, crowding the way. The locals are saying there are as many walking as if it was high season. It means that it is diffucult to find quiet space when walking, however we have discovered that what we need to do is wait each day till everyone has left if were ...