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So we rolled into Santiago at about 12:30 yesterday afternoon after a record breaking 29km in 6 hours, including breakfast. As you can probably deduce, we were ready for a rest. The lovely German and English had booked the beds ahead and all we had to do was enjoy Santiago's largest seminary (google Seminario Menor, Santiago). I am now seated in a rather ritzy attic apartment overlooking ...
... bank when we get the first of two calls requesting more details of our location. It’s another hour and another trip to the van to put on even more clothes before Antonio Barja crawls round the corner in his flat-bed tow truck with his orange lights flashing. I am desperate for him to have the tool required so that Ruby can be fixed and we can get on our way.
He speaks no English but I show him the clip and the pipe and it’s clear from his reaction he does not have ...
... de Compostella and catch the 20.00 bus into town. It's raining but we find the hotel easily and enjoy a Menu del Dia in a bar on the square followed by an amble around the streets of the old town then visiting a couple of bars. They both give excellent tapas with the drinks as well! By midnight everywhere is closing, it's still raining so back to the hotel and ...
... joint. This, as it happened, was yet another extremely friendly, family owned place - even the 2 year old toddler was recruited to bring us the mayonnaise! Later that night, outside my tent I could hear a concert of crickets playing a symphony. Inside I played my own tune, chasing the handful of stray bugs that had breached my tent defences. Finally, bugs eradicated, I nodded off to sleep on my flipped-upside-down mattress, the aforementioned bulge now acting as a damn fine ...
... 5 euro- shared the table with a Russian girl plus son,mother and grandmother from Finland- yep got the phone sorted by taking the battery out and restarting the phone- phew ! Walked to the next village which took about an hour and decided to stop and have dos vino tintos and tuna empanada - perfect and total cost again 5 euros. Continued along the way until we reached our accommodation for the evening. Yep... Bags waiting at reception! Beer and a wine whilst our rooms were ...