Ciudad de Logrono Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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I tend to be very sneery about the English. Uptight, snobbish, repressed, and unable to share an honest opinion out loud. "I'm just not very British", I used to tell people smugly. Well more fool me.
Because as I start to stack up countries I've visited, lived in, I'm becoming disillusioned. It's a truth universally acknowledged that traveling teaches you about other cultures, but what very few people talk about is how much ...
... some poor little kid into a side room wearing a surgical glove and carrying ointment. I didn't dare ask, but she delighted in telling me later that the boy in question had "wounds of the ass" and needed daily ointment application. This was the moment when I thought nope, I cannot do this job.
Reasons why I cannot do this job:
a) I am disorganised and have no sense of direction. 7 schools, umpteen different short classes, ...
Why do the lyrics from a country music song so often describe my life? It is amazing what a can of coke, three cafe con leches, chocolate, and some laughs with fellow pilgrims will motivate me to do. I walked 29 km today and I don't think I need to put into words how my body feels.
I left the hostel in Los Arcos at 7 am to the sound of church bells. Walking down a wide path, through open fields I was in Viena by ...
... off my feet is bliss! One of the great things about the Camino is that you never know when you're going to meet up with people you thought you'd never see again because they're on a different schedule. So it was really great to see a person I met on the second day and catch up for a pre-dinner drink. The Camino has many surprises on it's path and I'm sure I'll see more over the next four ...
And I have to say, we are getting used to this communal living thing. Some Albergues are definitely better than others, but we help and encourage and take strength and advice from one another. Just now we are enjoying a lovely cup of green mint tea in the lounge. An rare ...