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Before I start, I want to make sure you, the reader, understand that what I am writing is mostly for myself as a diary of what I am thinking, feeling and encountering on this journey. It is written primarily for myself, my loved ones and you who are of similar mind. It is not written for those with the "cerise mure" certain of their absolutism in their convictions. And so I shall continue, wondering what I shall think of it if I have the occasion to read it years into the future... ...
... available. I'm done with that so went to a private Alburgue. It's much nicer, there's a bathroom in the room. That will be nice because there are 9 beds! I have great ear plugs and a night mask; it's all good! The people doing this are so diverse and interesting! I'm amazed at the number of women like me; doing it on their own. Here are a few pictures from the past ...
... scarf from Anthro to wear on my walk. There was someone else wearing the same scarf today which she got at Anthro in New York. Dammit
It's a small world #3
I walked this afternoon with a man called David from Cheshire. Once we got over my utter ignorance of accents (I asked whereabouts in Yorkshire he was from), it turned out he was a shopfitter. And he was once doing some work on the outside of House of Fraser in ... You guessed it, Guildford, when he witnessed ...
Unfortunately the weather has been against us most of the time here in San Sebatian, but it has still been a great week. It's our last day here and now the sun is out and the beach is packed again. This week has seen the end of the Fiesta and no more fireworks, which means that we can now put the kids to bed a little earlier, although the seem to be set on late nights and sleep ins which isn't the worst thing in the world.
We had two ...
... monday, I thought it was going to be a breeze only having one child to look after. Well something got into Lorenzo and he went wild beyond belief, throwing tantrums, spilling yogurt all over the living room, kicking, screaming, and refusing to listen to anything. Marta, Mario, and I all had to work through this problem that was going on and Lorenzo was finally shown what its like to be put in time out. More importantly, we really worked on the psychological side ...