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... English speaker in an environment, it is a very unique experience. I've learned to depend on my hosts a lot! I have also had the opportunity to try many new things as the locals do. I did a load of laundry then was given clothes pins to hang dry them. I had never hung up clothes before, let alone out the window on the 4th floor! Even though I was nervous the entire day of them falling, at the end they were all there and dry. Success! I ...
... the monuments remembering the low points are. Coming through Logrono there was the monument to Santiago Matamoros at the Santa Inglesis Real XVIth. The one that i commented on with the guy on the horse with overly exaggerated testicles. So if these are the types of monuments that celebrate the big wins, by the sounds of it i need to keep my eyes open for a little sad faced guy on a donkey with a set of nuts the size of grapes. My quest across Spain ...
... Alburgue. After an extended nap, we made it to dinner and enjoyed a great meal that ended less than perfectly. Both overestimating the amount of money in the others pockets, we found ourselves 1.30 euros short on a 18 euro bill in a town that doesn´t accept cards or have an ATM for 15 km. Thankfully, some generous other pilgrims footed the rest of our bill. We will be sure to buy them a bottle of wine if we meet again up the road. Distance traveled: 35.4 ...
... the feet and have a snack, although I wasn't hungry so I just aired my feet. We left there and headed for Ciruena 9 kms away. This was my favourite section of today's walk. Views of the mountains, green fields of grain and and a hill to break the monotony of the flat straight terrain. Even better though was the rest area at the top of the hill; purpose built for pilgrims with beautiful ...
... made it to the first town, then Tammy decided she could push on to the second and then the third, Santo Domingo, our scheduled stop for the day. On the way to Santo Domingo the pain became extreme and Tammy walked the last 9km in her sandals. We covered 21km in total. I'm really proud of her. On the way to Santo Domingo, along with my concern for Tammy's pain, I became worried about accommodations given our experience in the last two towns and because we ...