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... were soon scotched when the rain started again. We spent the day the way so many old folk do, books, jigsaws, crosswords, sudoku, internet and a visit to the supermarket.
During the afternoon we had a visit from a neighbour, who came in for a chat. He was in a short sleeved black shirt and was obviously very, very cold. His name was Geoff, and he had been on the road for 8 years, following a ...
Our apartment is 500m or so from the train station. San Sebastián is nothing like any of the Spanish cities that I have visited. Indeed, it looked and felt more like say Switzerland. The rows of houses looked expensive and very neatly lined. Every other person seems to be walking a well groomed dog. The apartment is huge! With a great view of the city. We stayed at the newer part of San Sebastián. ...
... years. My new friends and I, made up of a diverse group of four women travelling solo, spent a contented couple of hours eating delicious morsels such as goats cheese and caramelised onion on tostadas and drinking Rioja as the light faded. We could have been in our own home town by the number of people who stopped by our table to laugh and pass the time, all fellow walkers in town for the night. It was quite ...
... thankfully we had pushed ourselves harder earlier on in the day so, unlike many other pilgrims, we had a relatively short time in the rain. Running water had started to form on the tracks which made it difficult to step on rocks without slipping over, which I did :( Again, this would have been made much more difficult as the day wore on - as the rain continued to get heavier. We are now staying in a private pension (pen-zi-on) where we are sharing a place with ...
... walking poles I could barely manage a hobble. Then the other pilgrims began to pass us. Even older pilgrims, including an elderly Spanish lady with packs front and back were pulling ahead of us! We trained for months to make sure this wouldn't happen!!! The low point came in a small grocery store where I tried to communicate with the Spanish speaking cashier. Despite my best efforts and supposed mastery of 800 Spanish words all I got ...