Hotel Don Carlos
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... pilgrims on foot passed us on the way up and said a variety of things ... Äre you crazy? Wow, you are brave! You are doing this on a bike? May I take your photo? etc. And then the most lovely thing happened (and I know I use the word ´lovely´ too much) ... the walkers helped me push my bike. There was the tall woman from Brazil, the group of men (German I think, and likely all grandfathers), Vicente from Italy, and a ...
... in by 4.30pm at the latest.The only time I might start early is when there is a 30km leg ahead of me.
Although it is not a race, and as I said before you need to walk at your own pace or you will miss things and not enjoy the ride, I have found that I am passing at least 40 or so people per day who would have left before me. No longer are any of the uphills a worry and no doubt I am getting used to it I still think I am ...
... our bodies to cope with the daily demands. Hopefully, this strategy will allow us to continue the Camino, our way, for the full 30 walking days planned for this European visit. This morning we left at 6:45 to avoid the heat, and are planning to walk only to Estella... a mere 5-6 miles away. We walked about 3 miles and stopped in the town of Villatuerta for breakfast. We sat with a lady from Brazil and at the adjacent outdoor table was a young ...
... main church area and even though i didn't stay here tonight the lady offered a stamp for my pilgrim passport as the place had a special significance for me. While she was stamping my pilgrim passport i mentioned that my birthday was also the 25th of July and at that point she gave me a cuddle. The second great choice was to stop when my legs told me it was time. We came across this place called the Trinadad de Arre on the river Agra. It is next to the ...
... had come to Spain with. Apprently, upon arriving they had informed her that they didn't want her to walk with them as they wanted to have a lads holiday. The poor girl had been left to walk on her own. I immediately told her that she could walk with me and my dad when ever she wanted to and I was certain that Elke would feel the same. Our walk soon turned into a climb as we headed up yet another hill, though I knew from my map that this one was ...