Hotel San Clemente
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... joint. This, as it happened, was yet another extremely friendly, family owned place - even the 2 year old toddler was recruited to bring us the mayonnaise! Later that night, outside my tent I could hear a concert of crickets playing a symphony. Inside I played my own tune, chasing the handful of stray bugs that had breached my tent defences. Finally, bugs eradicated, I nodded off to sleep on my flipped-upside-down mattress, the aforementioned bulge now acting as a damn fine ...
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Spanish festivals are outrageous! I know we've mentioned this before in other posts, but it bears repeating. The most recent festival we enjoyed was in Bilbao and is called La Semana Grande, because it is not a 7-day semana but 9 days of activities with people filling the streets. And every night at 10:45 they have a fireworks show, which is part of a competition. They were by far the best fireworks I have ever ...
... special to remember the trip and the friendship that has been forged. It was very generous of him.
Then he and Richard gave me a present of a small Lagioule penknife with a corkscrew for my birthday to replace the Swiss Army knife that I had lost along the way. Our English friend reckons he found that knife but gave it away to a Danish fellow he met earlier.
We then moved to a special bar that Richard and Warren had arranged and where we tried a range ...
... great celebration for many. The cathedral was standing room only. Following Mass was the lighting and burning of the incense fumer. I hope you enjoy the video. Be sure to turn up the volume. The Santiago de Compostela Botafumeiro is the largest censer in the world, weighing 80 kg and measuring 1.60 m in height. It is normally on exhibition in the library of the cathedral, but during certain important religious high days it is attached ...
... although not on the side of hill like here. Thankfully so far we haven’t met any traffic.
The forest is a gum tree forest and it has been felled in places. The main use is for pulp and charcoal.
One other observation is the large amount of what we think is Broom on the hillsides. It is certainly prevalent in the north western part of the country and is in flower at the moment.