Hospederia Nuestra Senora de Valvanera
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... reasons - some based on deeply held religious or faith beliefs; some following bereavement or relationship issues; some for spiritual purposes. My own reasons are quite simple - for adventure and a challenge. I like the sense of not knowing what each day will bring, what I will learn, who I will meet and where I will stay. As I near my landmark birthday, ...
Commenced today's at 8am in the rain. It was the first rain we have experienced whilst walking and fortunately it was not heavy. Lasted 2 hours or so and allowed to test the poncho for leaks and to ensure that the waterproof shoes are indeed that. Both checked out okay. We walked for a large portion of the day within sight and sound if a major highway so that was a little distracting and at times noisy. The scenery was interesting this morning with ...
... who should stop Brian and Alison again, but the same con-artisit. He legged it when they confronted him.
We walked on to Granon to stay the night but the Albergue municipal was sleeping bags on the floor. We decided we were all past that lark. A couple of Dutch women were coming in after and when I told them, its the floor, they turned on their heels also. We had no option but to walk on another 4.5k,. The weather which had been ...
... s accommodation is at a hostel in the back of a fairly lairy hotel. The owner of the hotel did the camino a few years ago and was spiritually quiet taken with the experience and has been a hostel in the rear. The people are fantastic. So i was basically done and dusted by about 11am this morning. So tonight another big sleep and i am going to try and have a really big day tomorrow and cover between 25 and 35 ks. I will see how i ...
... to the bottom of my suitcase, not to be worn again on the Camino. I have others that are merino and I have had no foot problems with these, so lesson learned. The last stretch was hot and dare I say rather boring, with nothing but the path stretching ahead and trees either side. There wasn't a lot of shade along the way either so it got quite hot. I really felt tested with this last stretch and when talking with some other pilgrims at our ...