Hostal Rey Pedro I
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... passed by, but I didnt know she spoke english. I think she was Dutch. She was staying in Najera for the night. She was very surprised that we still had 20-some km to go and we were going to be hiking in the hottest of the day. Well, I told her that we were ALWAYS hiking in the hottest part of the day because we liked to leave later in the morning than others. She said that she "literally had no words for that kind of behavior". Heh. Then ...
... br> For miles, we walked beside the old vineyards with stems sturdy, gnarled and weathered, steadfastly holding up the large vines and tiny bunches of new grapes that will produce the magnificent wine we enjoy at the end of each day. After a short break, the landscape seems to have changed. The rolling hills became gently undulating fields of wheat for as far as the eye could see. The cool, cloudy and breezy day gave us a respite from ...
... Mayo and a group of four of them is doing the Camino in various stages. They met when Mairead went to buy goat's milk from Marie. She also used to make goat's cheese but as it was literally made in the cupboard under the stairs, she was never able to sell it because you were never sure if it would be mouldy when you cut into it. Then they told a very funny (true) story about a Stations of the Cross service on Good Friday where the entire congregation including the priest got ...
... of the choir. Due to our late start this morning we have decided walk to Belorado to & catch a bus in the afternoon to Burgos. The day was again very hot (33degres) & the Camino gave us little protection from the glaring sun. After passing through Granon, Viloria de la Rioja, Villamayor & other lovely villages & farmlands, much the same as we have ...
... con leche and something to eat. Not much is open during the early start times of the perrigrinos, but we did find a spot for something to charge our batteries for the next hour or so. My early morning wish for the day was to arrive in the next town in time for Sunday mass, do our mucho stinko laundry, find an internet spot to do some rapido typing, and sit in a sunny cafe/bar to watch our launry dry. Well, as I am coming to learn, the Camino will provide.