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... area of Belgium by their accents (confirmed when I asked a lady in the wine shop where they were from). I couldn’t help but chuckle when I overheard one of the old men say to a local palace guide in English, "We are different from Germans in that were are both punctual and smart!" Heeee Heeee!
Apparently everyone at the wine tasting room asks for Mateus. Even though the palace has a working Quinta (winery) and grows ...
... everything was there!). This place rocks - we had seen photos that this place was full of shells you can write your name on and the fellow who owns the bar screws them to the wall, ceiling, whatever and no charge. The Albergue is donotivo and given how Awesome it is, a good donotivo is coming from us. This is not a normal stop for people. They are missing out!
The shower was hot, the water plentiful, a gas fire, a clothes dryer,a kitchen with more than ...
... br> But today the views would have been spectacular and we would have been a lot longer reaching our destination because of all the photo opportunities, but it was just walking in the clouds! Have done a couple of video clips - make sure you put on the sound - so much more get the picture.
Started just after we left town and started up the road and for just over three hours visibility was 30-50m. We were on a secondary highway for much of that with no shoulder on the road. ...
... shiny gear, taking pictures of each other as they made their way into the airport. Their backpacks were nearly glowing, walking poles judiciously attached, clean hiking boots with very new gray hiking socks peaking over the tops. They are on the beginning of their adventure and judging by their gear, they plan on a bit of trekking. I could sense their excitement and I felt a little envious. It looks like they are planning on staying close to the ...
Surprisingly, there were only five people in our dormitory last night. What a treat as we each had lower bunks and space to prepare to leave this morning.
Just to finish off last night, we decided not to have the pilgrim's menu and went to a little cafe only 50 metres up from our albergue that was recommended. Warren had the hamburger with the works while Richard and I had the chicken with chips and salad. Other than Warren, we had trouble finishing ...