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... a pitch overlooking the entire site with shower block nearby.
After lunch we walked the beach and out to the lighthouse at the headland. There was another beach more exposed to the atlantic on the West side of the headland and a surf school is based there. I could see why as hundreds of surfers were doing their best to show off their skills.
The town itself is high above the beach and has all the usual hotels/bars/restaurants etc.
However there are ...
... and decided to stay. He hasn't left yet and eventually took over running it. At some point the hospitalero brought out a box and took from it their "house chick", a baby chicken they had found a few days before... abandoned by its mother. The chick waddled around on the shoulder of the hospitalero, obviously having already formed a bond. At this albergue I met several new characters: An Australian named Phil, and guy from Rochester, and a group of campers - Max, Ally, ...
... chicken and wine, a pilgrim menu, we bought a few groceries and then went to a free classical guitar concert at the cathedral by a very talented young man. It is now time to call it a day.
17. miles in 7 hours. I love the Camino!
By the way, my toe is doing well. I did some debridement to clean up the mess of loose skin. It is healing nicely.
Buen Camino -
We have our route posted with Sparky.
... see Marian at the bar, and Rod and Delana arrived a bit later. When you consider that they are into their 70's and Delana had an accident two years ago which badly damaged her leg and face, they are amazing. It's a really friendly place with locals at the bar, farmers stopping by on their tractors and a big pilgrim supper tonight with everyone from the albergue next door, which is owned by the same man, a charming seasoned pilgrim called César. It should be fun. ...
... opted for the
Donativo Albergue (pay by donation) ... perhaps another guided
moment. The German Hospitalera was warm and firm as you might
imagine a Frau to be. At first we were not sure she would let us
stay because D did not have his Pilgrim's Passport (we think we
either lost it in Pamplona, or accidentally packed it up with the ítems we sent
forward to Santiago). A Pilgrim's Albergue is for the exclusive use