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... Why is she even famous? She can't sing, she can't dance, she's not hot enough to make up for that, and her songs are ****. Rather like Rihanna, actually.).
Anyway it's a lucky find. Very lucky actually, because the other thing I live right above is....Burger King. So far, it's the only recognisable chain / high street that I've found in Logroņo.
I kid you not, small Spanish cities have nothing in common with small English ones. There's no big Spanish ...
... a frozen rictus grin of awkwardness, just in case my cheek brushes theirs, or (God forbid) they enact the (much beloved by the Latinos) 'accidental boob graze'. Ladies, you know what I'm talking about.
So today, I stopped off at the pension to visit Pension Pepa, and her dog Luna, who I've sort of adopted as my pet in residence while in Logroņo. I'm in the grip of full blown sinusitis, which means basically, apart from having a cold, my face feels like it's too big ...
Bueno, after a short bus ride from Bilbao - 2 hours, everything is relative after 20 hours in Bolivia - I arrived in my new hometown. Knackered, freezing, lugging bags, and generally confused.
Now people, focus. I'm not expecting you to know where / what this city is, but I am expecting correct pronunciation. After my father insisting that I was moving to a place called La Gironda (which I'm pretty sure doesn't exist), I feel this is necessary, if only so ...
... am building up my stamina because I think we will make it to the "A" event finals this year.
Tina's mother sent her a mantra for day. "Ich bin kein korper. Ich bin frei. Denn ich bin nach wie vor, wie GOTT mich shuf".
Inspirational and appropriate for the Camino. I feel a bit more like other country lyrics tonight though - " I've always been crazy, it keeps me from going insane..."
We slept in this morning and finally set out for Logrono at 6:45. The walking this morning was very easy: slight breeze, overcast, 60 degrees, the way was mostly flat and footing was secure. We ate a banana as we walked, supplemented by blackberries and grapes as we walked thru vineyards. The grape harvest must be pretty soon, as the vines are abundant with ripe fruit. At about 8:30, we left Navarre and entered La Rioja, a region with a climate similar to the Mediterranean ...