Hotel Attica 21
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... part is the mental effort dodging the puddles and deep mud with every step today. It takes it out of you. We booked into the albergue and there is a gas heater going so hopefully we will be able to dry out our gear. Less than 30km to walk before we hit Santiago Saturday. Looking forward to a couple of easier days of around 15kms left. Might even have a sleep in in the morning. ...
In the unspectacular town of Arzua - where the Camino Frances meets Camino del Norte. (but apparently the North Camino route is about to be redirected by the government and the locals are protesting.) Weather was perfect for our just over 26 k walk and by afternoon the sun was out for just long enough to take a couple of photos. But my camera and I ...
... Medina restaurant for lunch, first time this cruise. Maureen missed out on a starter because she had seen jam roly poly on the menu for dessert. We were at a table on which the waiters were the same as we have in the evenings, so when Maureen ordered her dessert I had a word with John to make it a "big one" :-) He didn't disappoint and brought her a double portion, needless to say she ate ...
We both had an extremely interrupted sleep last night. Everyone was up and about throughout the whole night, turning lights on and off and just being pains in the butt to be honest. We decided this morning that our last night will be spent in a private room rather than an Albergue. We started out in the dark once again. The sun didn't come up until almost 8:30. We walked through forest and woods for the majority of the day, which was just beautiful with the rain coming down for most of ...
... are quite ancient and probably very much part of the old pilgrim route. Large white lilies grow wild on parts of the route and along with the other wild flowers made the walk more interesting. We have all our medications ready for tomorrow, I will need diclofenac cream for my knee and Tony's shins plus a diclofenac tablet, knee support and paracetamol, followed by ibuprofen later in the morning! Thankfully it is our last walk, I don't think my knee will last much ...