Abadia Camino de Santiago Hotel
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... I thought ... 2pm and the signorina tells me that the kitchen is closed until 5pm. OK! So I settled on cake and coffee which was a delicious substitute and sat at a table on the pavement and pondered this gorgeous city. I think this would have to be one of the prettiest European cities I've ever been to.
And of course, The Camino always provides and along came Clare and Steve (from the walk into Logrono) and Florence. Clare and Steve have been a bit ...
... a "cuckoo, cuckoo". We were sad to leave the beautiful forest and the wonderful shade it provided for us.
It wasn't long before we came to our steep hill for the day. It was obviously sheep country as the dirt trail was peppered with sheep droppings. In addition to being very steep, the trail was also very rocky and difficult to navigate. Although the rounded smooth stones were pounded into the dry path from millions of pilgrims feet over ...
And now dear freinds a few words from the guy commonly refered to as D. I have been watching, listening and grudgingly participating in this blog since the beginning, today my lovely wife is exhausted so... I get a crack at the keyboard. I feel the need to not try recount a bunch of detail on today and instead provide an overview for context. Technology. She is writing this blog on a samsung galexy 2 camera. Yes a camera with an android body. ...
Not a good Day, She's left leg gone, Jims right leg gone - we are all hopping along. Some how managed 19k and grabbed a great Hostal by leaving at our normal 6am before the bed rush. Landed in heaven, well stocked larder, plenty wine and washing facility's . She is enjoying talking to abula who is stuffing her with fruit from the garden and Jimmy is chilling with a ...
... after walking 14.4 miles we came upon another small "bowl" which appeared with little warning and the Camino took us down a steep path into the village of Hontanas our destination for today. At 11:30 when we entered the village of Hontonas, we were both totally whipped. We knew the walk would probably be 11-12 miles, based on the understated guide, but we also believed the guide's description of "flat and monotonous". ...