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... the small town of Burguete that boasts a history with Ernest Hemingway.
As far as those guidebooks go, we no longer trust any of the mileage listed between stops. We have three different sources which not only don't agree on distances but it turns out that NONE of them are accurate. Both of our first two days have turned out to be 2 to 4 miles longer than we had been expecting which is kind of a big deal when you are adjusting ...
... of the table. I had much more fun with Cassidy and the Dancing Queens and it's good for me to go outside my comfort zone and talk to strangers. In other languages. Then it was off to the bar for the best café con leche ever, a Toblerone and an early night. My hiking app tells me I used 1480 calories walking so chocolate is ok. And isn't it strange that you only ever eat Toblerone in a foreign country?
Once again the only people still around when I was ready to ...
... We walked a mile or so to our hotel with minimal navigation errors, and were delighted to walk in to a smoke free room. It is actually a dorm of some sort, moonlighting as a hotel. Good enough though! Tired but more hungry, we set off to find our first real meal of the day. We had had a pastry before our nap, but that was it. We easily found a reasonable place where Heather spotted the word crepe, so I was sold. We both sat down and enjoyed a chicken veggie crepe. Heather was ...
... bush. Tracks beside the road and through small villages. Our morning snack spot was road side surrounded by sheep and lovely autumn trees. Stopping to chat to other pilgrims along the way. After about 4.5 hours after walking we needed to stop to get off our sore and tired feet. We found a sunny spot and sat for a good 20min.
The next hour and half went quickly as we were headed for Zubiri for a lunch break. We ...
... the monastry church was really moving last night. With the deep voices of the priests singing. O my god I made it. The last 3km were a nightmare!!! Soaking wet , muddy, super slippery and very steep covered in rocks!! Earlier today walked awhile with a French couple - he was a lazer physicist. Very interesting I was walking around town trying to get reception to phone Ingrid t hat I'm still in one piece. I went to a bar which was buzzing ...