Hotel Le Capricorne
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... trees. Yes I have gathered some apricots for jam, but with no electric, it’s not going to happen till I get home. I also have my eye on a Mirabelle tree on the edge of Buzet port, but I digress! The lady in the house came running down to us yesterday afternoon and I managed to work out that her elderly 15 year old dog had jumped in the water to cool off and was in difficulty. Stef and I grabbed the boat hook and several meters down stream, he managed to lift ...
... told me that I could only expect it and the pain to get worse if I continue to walk. I, however, am determined to reach my final goal, which was less than one week away at our old pace. She told me that she would not recommend that I walk tomorrow, but I was stubborn and really wanted to walk. In the end, she offered to take me with her camper to the next town, where I would be able to rejoin with my companions, who would walk. She told me that I ...
... everything on my plate had come straight from a can. We explained to the waitress very carefully that we wanted the salads without meat. Mine arrived without meat, but the architect's still had the meat on his. When he requested a new salad, she literally just took the plate to the back room, pulled off the meat, and returned with the same platter, with the lettuce still wilted from the warmed meat. My companion was not very ...
... The GR took us up high on the edge of the valley and we could see the next town which was 7km away. It was a very lovely view. To get down to the town, we left the roads to take a path through the woods. However, local hunters did not seem to like the fact that their backyards were part of the GR. Though the GR was marked the entire way, there were many signs telling us to stay off the hunting land and the locals had place barbed wire ...
... her first American ever. I should note that it is not, from what I hear, uncommon on the Spanish trails to find young people or Americans, but for whatever reason, the French trails are not well-known to Americans and tend to appeal to retirees. I haven’t met a single pilgrim under 45 since I started, and the average age is 60 or over.
The refuge hosts made us dinner which we shared at a large table with the group of four. After dinner, a local history ...