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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I just continued and found strength I wasn’t sure that I had. From the top, we descended slowly into Ostabat. We stopped there for cold lemonades and directions to our refuge. It was only 1km away, and I eagerly walked this last bit. The refuge was advertised as being Basque-run, and it indeed had the look typical to Basque homes. It was also a working farm and we were promised a dinner fresh from the farm. Here, we again met ...
... friends if they both decide to make their own way.
We arrived at the private refuge not long after. By time dinner came around, my companions were on much better terms. We were all able to have a good time. Unfortunately, after a day of not really eating, the dinner was also pitifully small. We had set portions, and it would have been great for somebody who had not walked 27km in 90 degrees. So, the three of us went to bed quite hungry, despite how much we had paid ...
... overheard" comment about a submarine base in Bordeaux had us heading to a remarkable venue on the outskirts of town. La Base Sous-Marine built by the Germans in 1941 is a massive concrete structure built to accommodate 10 submarines! The structure itself is overwhelming (I am sure that a number of James Bond scenes have been filmed there) but the pleasant surprise was that there was an Art Exhibition there which was truly impressive. The artist was ...
... about to cast off our lines when our engine abruptly cut out. Mister Kitty and I exchanged looks of alarm and tried to restart it; nothing. He looked in the engine bay, swore loudly and told me, 'We're sunk.' (Sidenote: when on a boat it is a bad idea to use that phrase metaphorically.)
Basically, our engine was broken. Mister Kitty worked out a temporary fix with a bic pen, which we hoped would hold (not to be all 'I told you so', but I had a feeling this wasn't a good idea ...
... one another, all interested in where each other started from and why they are doing the pilgrimage. For some it's religious, for others it's an adventure. You collect your pilgrimage passport from the pilgrims office and you then get this stamped as you walk the Camino to evidence that you have done the route in its entirety and not using transport other than two feet. The little town was packed with artisan and ...