Hosteria Del Monasterio De San Millan
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Yes, time has come. The route today is one way and mainly follows country roads but "the ascents are a bit demanding". To cope, we designed an improved saddle cushion as the beanie was not very effective. So out with the folded woollen jumper over a bubble wrap envelope, taped on with omniplaster tape (from local Farmacia) – surely should be better. The end destination is a notable monastery in the Rioja.
Solid breakfast plus picnic ready to go ...
... I will actually never see in connection to work - explanation to follow) and to look at the free room in his flat.
In all honesty, having done my fair share of high speed flat hunting in Spain and Colombia, I chafed a little bit at her insistence on forcing me to look at this room, and insisting on accompanying me to all other rooms I wanted to look at.
Awkwardness ensues as I do actually like the room in Robert's flat a lot, but offend ...
Ages to Burgos - state of parties, Ned and Eugene sore feet, Seamus and Mary sore legs, top to bottom.
Started out this morning at 8, we had breakfast for a change. It was a really clear sky. Not a good sign for walking as it promised to get very hot. Road was lovely, wide open fields once more of grain and sunflowers. We passed through a village called Atapuerca, which was really pretty. The earliest known homminin ? fossils in western ...
... tend to do, the Spanish get in and out very quickly. You either like the clothes and buy it or you don't like it and you put it back immediately. There is no time to think or to ponder. Despite the speed, it was an absolute blast. Marta and I get along very well. Once we returned, I finally was able so FaceTime with my mom. After dinner, Mario, Marta and I had a big discussion on politics and cultural differences between the United State and Espana. For me, these are some of the ...
... washed and dryed and now relaxing. Tomorrow to Burgos or at least the outskirts so we aren't in the heart of the city. We have been averaging 22-23 k and decided after Burgos we will start to add more. We are getting stronger and I feel my knees slowly but surely improving. We are almost to 200 miles completed. All on FOOT! Live and miss everyone like crazy. Homesickness is hitting.....:( Today's lesson; from Irme from Holland; "you have to use your feet to walk ...