Hotel Le Caritz
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... the way. Having said that there was one couple we connected with and spent quite a bit of time with over the next six weeks of the journey, Carrie and Gordon. We will speak of them in a later blog.
Day 2 we completed the walk over the Pyrenees to Roncevalles in Spain which is quite a large aubergue(180 beds) that has been around for centuries. It was a very wealthy monastery that has served the pilgrim population as its primary mission. The ...
... in them and the only other person from my group in my class is Emma, everyone else is new. I love the new people, most of them are from the University of Toronto, but some are from Georgetown and there is even a girl from Mexico who seems to know about 100 different languages. Everyone is very sweet and funny and I enjoy being around them. We now have 2 different professors, one for writing and one for oral. I like them both, they seem like they know what they're ...
... more about how this city came to be and what kind of social undercurrents are bubbling below its initial impression.
Day two was unusual in that we arrived home, made dinner and lunches for the next day, showered and settled in for the night so much earlier than we normally do. Maybe it was the special luxury of having our own room in which to deflate after a day out, or simply how cumulatively tired we've become, but it was so nice to ...
We arrived in Biarritz and the weather was WET! We met Kiera and Lillie right away, as soon as we made our way to the pilgrims office actually; what luck! We got our pilgrim passport and fumbled our way through speaking a mixture of French (the start of the trail is in France), Spanish (the bulk of the trail is in Spain) and English. We were hungry and weary from travelling but I was ...
... could travel lighter, quite a bit even, but I’m happy with what I’ve got now. Gordon insisted we got a cab from Biarritz out to Gare Bayonne (railway station) rather than walk to the bus, so we did.
We must have Camino stamped on our foreheads – nice lady at ticket office knew that’s where we going. 9,20 euros. Then sat in the sun with a cup of tea for our hour and a half wait. Just a little one-carriage ...