Hotel Restaurante Kuko
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... Parillada. We had a couple beers, an ELT sandwich (egg lettuce tomato) sandwich and a foot-long hot dog meatball-style sandwich. We siesta'd in the park next to the pelota court. Sound asleep until some "ghosts"woke us up. Some children were playing in the courts with their parents making ghost sounds! Woke me from a dead sleep. Paul asked how I felt about just staying here for the night. Get good sleep and up early for the day. Good idea. We checked in to the Roncal hostel ...
... as big as the first day. It was leading up to a place called Alto del Perdon, which is where you'll find the Wind Swept People. If you've seen the film 'The Way' it's where Joust measures his waist against the waist of the metal sculpture of the hikers. I found my dad sitting on a wall sketching the sculptures, it was very windy. Me and Crystal took a few pictures and then started our walk down the other side of the hill whilst my dad stayed behind ...
A late night but an early start as other pilgrims start rising about 6am in the dark and start shuffling around to get ready to head off. It seems the early starters get to their next albergues early, get the hot water, the bottom bunks, the laundry machines and dryers and are sitting around in the sun before we struggle in.
Interesting the etiquette in the albergues. Nearly all of the dormitories are mixed and tiny so you are always dodging around people. Talk about noisy. ...
... asparagus, olives and fish. Appetite sated with some nice rose.
Then before we finish they start spray painting something on the building next door. No protection for the workers and the paint was spraying over our food. Quick exit to the back of the restaurant! Phew that stunk! Now for some refreshing.
Yay showers that don't make you hit the button every 15 secs (not exaggerating!). Seriously, that was heaven - a ...
... how these buildings are such a big job to maintain and/or restore.
Our second day in the Loire Valley saw us heading in the opposite direction, towards Saumur where we visited the Chateau Breze. Another Chateau, I hear you mutter (& Nick), but the fascinating thing about this Chateau is the underground part. No, not dungeons and stuff, but what are called Troglodyte dwellings. These are rooms, or whole houses that have been chiselled out of rock and ...