Hostal Rey Pedro I
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... t resist a few pranks. Probably not very pilgrim-like of us.
By 7 am I left the hostel, but as it was still dark, I had to sit in the coffee shop and drink cafe con leche and visit with other pilgrims till daylight.
Today's plan was to continue with the slower pace - walk 16 km to Azofra and then cab the next 16 km to Santo Domingo De Calzada. The towns along the path are not always well spaced for daily walking. The choice was 16 km or 27 km or 31 ...
... local remedies, as well as Compeed "second skin" bandages and have started wearing short ladies nylons as sock liners to, hopefully, prevent additional rubbing. Today we walked only 10 miles and bought some foot soak at the local Pharmacia--sounds like a treat! Arriving just past noon will give us some much anticipated rest. The weather has been great for walking; cool and cloudy with the sun peeking out from time to ...
... Since we have been in northern Spain, we have walked past asparagus fields, artichoke fields, corn fields, solar panel fields, grape fields, rutabaga fields, and today...a rock field. As we entered Santo Domingo today, we walked past a potato (patata) processing plant and saw several trucks filled with potatoes. We have yet to see potato fields. We are meeting our daily goal of walking and starting to feel more fit, with, of course, our daily does of Spanish ...
... and hang to dry in open air. It's 3.15 hot and windy so hopefully will be dry today. Just had dinner with 3 Canadians. A catholic priest, a seminarian about to be ordained and a lady friend. Very interesting conversation. Apparently when the priest suggested the trip quite a few people were going to come until they found how they would have to rough it and walk so far every ...
... months ago for the walk. I gave Richard my poles to help him with his sore knee and then Warren gave me one of his to get us all through the day. Luckily my walking sticks are green sand stand out so are unlikely to disappear. We will keep them under our bunks in future.
We were all sore from the previous day as were most people we saw walking, and hobbling into the albergue after their walk. A number of people have dropped out or fallen behind due to ...