Hostal Rey Pedro I
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... Knowing this did bring my mood down a notch which meant my walking speed also slowed down. Whilst we were walking on what seemed like an endless muddy path in the relentless rain, all I could think about was seeing my family back in Melbourne again. I imagined being back home and giving everyone a huge hug when I saw them. Lost in my thoughts, I felt a sudden rush of adrenaline and before I knew it, I was power walking through the rain and even passed Jason who ...
I woke up in Najera with a sense of relief that I didn't have to start walking right away. We'd planned on attending Mass in the morning then taking a short walk so that the following night could be spent at Granon. The hospitalero told us to leave our bags and scoot off to the church, to the chagrin of the other hospitalero who held firm to the rule of all peregrinos being out by 8:00. The church was simple, void of all the carvings and gold ...
People say here that first 1/3 of El Camino is to your body, second 1/3 is to your mind and the last 1/3 is to your soul. I kind of start to agree with it. First week was a lot of clean up all kind of ways: in my body, my thoughts, cristalizing the frame and borders of my heart, cleaning the dusty corners of my soul. This week I feel my head and bag is easier, my inner peace is visiting me again and life slowly starts to fit in a shape of my heart... Carefully and with a bit ...
That turned out to be a long day. Mainly because some roads either didn't exist or ended up as a goat track. Therefore I was forced to go on the Camino walking track at times which were not conducive to bike riding. Even getting close to Santo Domingo the road just ended and I literally had to go through a furrowed field! Limited food and water stations on the way. I drank all my water and got ...
... Interestingly there seemed to be hills surrounding us on all four points of the compass.... highest peak away to the left at about 2400 metres. Wonderful irrigation system ran along beside us... G paddled feet in the aquaduct (otherwise known, by G only, as a trough, sluice or douche) risking man-eating spiders that would have had Waller girls x4 in hysterics. Lunch was, as stated, at the golf club. S's feet were declared to be ...