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... in our packing and are content to go with two outfits, as am I.But her pack was huge and looked heavy. She had been walking since Bugos and commented on how strange it was to start "midstream" where it seemed everyone knew one another and she had the feeling of showing up at the wrong reunion. I thought about the previous night's arrival in Mansilla and agreed with her impression. She also remarked at how surprised she was at the difficulty she was having with her ...
After a long lie we have a leisurely breakfast. We are sitting next to a Spanish family. Kathleen is listening in on their conversation. Not to be nosy you understand. She is trying yo improve her Spanish. Her ears especially prick up when she hears one of them mention Aberdeen. She can't pick up exactly what he is saying about it but he is definitely speaking about having visited Aberdeen. Its a small world! Then we explore the ...
... yanked off any day! Johnna went back to the room to recover from the treatment while Sue and I returned to the pharmacy for some additional medication recommended by the therapist. We are hopeful that after a good night's rest she will be up to doing a little tour of Leon. It was cool and cloudy today with a bit of rain this afternoon. It is a lovely reprieve from the heat. We have a rest day tomorrow here in Leon so no more blogs until Thursday. Buen Camino, ...
... Hey man, do you need to be doing that here ... now?¨ It made no difference, and I gently maneuvered D into his bed before any gaskets were blown.
It does make one think. How can one person be so rude, or so oblivious to how his actions impact others? Alternatively, how do two dozen other people simply accept such behaviour, and by their inaction, provide the impression that it is ´OK´?
I inserted my ear plugs, closed my eyes, and wondered about people.
Part of this journey is being recorded in a vast slurry of numbers facts and figures. I see it often in people around me and feel it in myself when I look at my watch as we pass a km indicator.
We are also often asked how many klicks we do in a day, where did we start, how far and how fast etc. I'm not sure if any other creatures have this accounting as part of their culture of needs, dolphins are too smart for that I suspect. We humans, though, ...