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... for the next two nights and pulled into their covered veranda just as the rain started again. Perfect timing. Strolling around the old town the next day felt like a city break, a world away from the rest of the journey so far. Obviously there was a little bike maintenance to do in the morning, Peter's moto requiring new pads to be fitted at a local mechanic's, but once fixed I was free to roam the streets, explore the sights and do some people watching. Santiago is ...
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... this beautiful place. We shared moments with other pilgrims that we had met along the way. Once we finished our coffee's we strolled around, popping into shops that were open on Sunday (most places are closed on Saturday and Sunday, which can be quite frustrating - not a mercado open to buy fresh food!). By mid-afternoon, hop-a-long here (or 'kaput' as some shop-keepers labelled me!) needed to go 'home' and put my feet up. All in all, a very pleasurable day in ...
... and Ryan Lewis. When planning our trip we really had no idea how long we could walk so we ended up having a day more than we needed. This gave us two half days, which were appreciated.
When looking for places to stay we steered away from the albergues (free hostels) and stuck to pensiones (simple hotels) and Casas Rurales (rural hotels). We were assured by other walkers that it is a good decision to avoid the albergues, if ...
... helped by a local. It was funny that at the start of the walk when, at least I was, shamelessly, leaving my backpack in the bus, we walked through a small village and there was an old lady we spoke to and she said to us: "but you are not peregrinos, you are taking a stroll ( ustedes andan es de paseo!), I feel sorry for the peregrinos who carry such big backpacks". But in any case, I feel like I'm someone doing the walk, not a peregrino. A peregrino has ...