Hotel Delfin Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... marble stairs. More tears. A short tour of the church..and we were gone . Days 5 and 6 were beautiful sunny days with morning fog. Day 5 was a 19 km. hike..not difficult..lots of farm land and eucalyptus groves. Eucalyptus was planted to use as pulp...50 yrs ago. The natural forests are oak and chestnut. Lots of blackberry, ferns and every color of flower is now blooming .we stayed in Arca..a fantastic room and bath. They had a communal ...
... that this is just another bump in the road, 'we will get over this'. Less than 7 days later she passed away. I reckon she would have got a real kick out seeing this enormous can of 'Glen 20' get swung back and forth to fumigate these smelly pilgrims. Ok for those being exacting amongst us it is called a bonafumada! Like me, Mum wouldn't understand a single bloody word of the mass as it is all in Spanish but none the less, i still think she would have enjoyed it. While i ...
... all night. At 4 am I looked out my balcony and it was still going. I waiting for the first light to, slip out of the city and find my way back in nature . A pack ,of bikers raced in just as I was leaving. Cities tend to be poorly marked but I just kept going... After about a half hour I saw a guy with a backpack, dragging his feet and looked like maybe he had stayed up late.. Of course the mind wants to,describe as fast as it sees something. ...
... The weather wasn't much better today, drizzle, grey/blue/black skies and waterproofs aplenty. Luckily we diverted off the highway quite quickly for a quiet, pastoral trek through forests, greenery and assorted dogs and cows. It was a quite pleasant walk, especially since we knew it was our finale. We hit the outskirts of Santiago on an industrial estate and ventured into the Café Pologona to present the only two women clients in a ...
Resting in sunny Santiago, this is my last Glympse posting. We are stopping here till Saturday and then will be walking on the next 80 k, to the Spanish 'land's end' where traditionally the pilgrims would bathe in the sea and burn their undoubtedly foul smelling garb. I have nominated a few of ...