Catalonia Las Canas
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This morning we set out for Bodega Ontanon - I wasn't sure what to expect as our guide had said it was a unique bodega. We did a short tour through the city before we started walking along the river Ebro for about 8 kilometres in beautiful sunshine. The path was also part of the Camino de Santiago. We finally arrived and I was blown away by the bodega - it ...
... back home with one of the neighbors and put my luggage away. I was good to have my stuff back again and be able to wear a different outfit. Three days with one pair of pants was a bit much. I walked back to school myself and met up with Alice, the english teacher at Lorenzo and Matilda's school. She is absolutely wonderful. I helped out in her two english classes, one of the classes was Lorenzo's. The children were very hyper but it was ...
Short walk today ... Started with a great breakfast at Casa De La Abuela. Best breakfast yet! Wonderful place to stay!
I felt pretty good this morning. Even with my swollen foot. We left Los Arcos around 6:00, sprinkling rain that turned into pelting rain. We were due. Even with the rain it was a good morning.
Girls caught up to us in Torre Del Rio. Walked with Alyssa a while. Stew and I decided to stay in Viana ... ...
So the night ended with dinner in the plaza and early to bed. Ellen said she was going to bus it tomorrow as her feet were in great pain. Some of the group was going all the way to logrono and others to viana. We chose viana as it was still 18 k and knew logrono would be to much(29k). This morning unfortunately a small incident happened that really made me reflect. My mom and I were outside the municipal ...
... got 21kgs though like today a long slow climbing.
Took a walk around town and down by the river and the usual Rosado and internet checks. Went and visited the old monastery which is partially embedded the hill behind. As with all Spanish stuff, much stuffed with different rulers over time, but neat all the same.
Anne and Nick and Helen from Sydney are here and so is young Hannah from ...