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... kept telling me how great my accent was (they must be hard of hearing ;) and they also said I look very Spanish! Hopefully that's a good thing! Their food was delicious, a lot better than the dorm food!
I have already booked trips to Germany, Paris, and Barcelona - thank goodness I worked full time this summer! There is certainly something to say about traveling, it gives you so much time to reflect and grow individually. Like the title says, I feel like I'm ...
... pulled out the power cord, where a few days before
there had been teeming crowds, noisy interactions, busy food places and
hustlers on every corner now it was overcast, there were rows and rows of
plastic chairs all stacked up, the beach was empty, no buskers and even the few
hustlers seemed half hearted, school had gone back and the party had finished!
We continued to travel along the Spanish coast and spent
another night in the carpark of a marina.
The following day was too much for me and I was slow getting started. I asked the lady where we stayed about spending the day at the next town of Zarautz but she said the Albergue did not open until 4:00, which is the case with most. Clive was eager to get going so away we went, after a good breakfast. After the day before I didn't want to push it as my calves were letting me know they were not happy. I find going downhill ********* the legs than going up. Clive is ...
... with the gaffe tape ensues and Sharron is good as new. Well, almost.The Picos drive is all but over, we have had probably the best weather of our entire three months of travel through Spain, seen the most beautiful scenery and attempted , and failed, to eat the worst pizza we have ever had the misfortune to buy. Our grand tour of Spain has come to an end as we take a steady drive up to the French border. It ...
Day 5 con't
I had a lot of time today once we'd got set up in the hostel so I went for a swim on this lovely beach (no one else in as they thought it too cold- should try Galway!) and had a look around town. Nothing was open till after 5pm of course cos of the siesta laws. However, I got a new penknife for €3.50, having lost the old one!
I had time to reflect on this crazy Camino thing- it is a cross between extreme ...