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... and a half to Akerreta. Very very happy to see the hotel - (beautiful converted farmhouse with stunning views and am amazing Camino library) although last stretch we all plugged in and sang at the tops of our lungs to various tunes on our iPods. Only the cows and sheep were offended. A good game of "Bluff" after a delicious home-cooked dinner and now we are up and off for our last walk into ...
... her foot and couldn't go on. (No ####). I could go on so I did! Walked with four other women. Two from California, one from London, the other from Holland. We got off the mountain at 7:15 pm. Got a bed in a bunk room, had a bottom bunk until an older French couple came in. The husband was practically carrying the wife. She looked half dead! Naturally someone had ...
... to be the hardest and it takes a while to get into the rhythm of the Camino. We have run into a few people over and over, some from California, Kansas City, France, Korea and eastern Europe. While we see many people each day, it has been very nice to also have times when it is just the three of us walking along a flower lined path or a pasture dotted with sheep. The little villages that we have walked through are welcoming and ...
... second helpings of both. Then came the main course!! Wonderful pan fried trout from the mountain stream with salad. Yummy. Now to my table companions: Brazilians, a gay Swedish couple (dancing queens?), a lovely 20 year old girl from Chicago called Cassidy walking all alone and a gaggle of 4 Italian ladies of a certain age. Now forgive me my dear friends, but I was glad I'm walking alone. The Italian ladies just talked among themselves and then left without even having said hello to ...
... which I was very excited about) and I pick a pastry which looks good even though I don't actually know what it is. I thought it was a pastry with some sort of jelly topping. Turns out it was a mini cheesecake. I accidentally ordered cheesecake for breakfast, oops! Guess what, I'm ok with it. We continue to the beach, walk the length of two large packed beaches and end up at the base of St. San Sebastián. We walk up to the top of the hill to an old fort ...