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Our first day of walking. It's a day you have to say to yourself "I'm a pilgrim not a tourist". We had a great day but it's hard to be lyrical about 22km of unshaded dirt road running by a freeway. Think M4 to Penrith with less cars - and scenery.
We met the main group in Madrid and it was straight to Mass across the road with Fr Geoff. That …
... along to clean up the mess with a fire hose.
Then the eating and drinking started again this afternoon. The Spanish love to get out and socialize.
I did meet up with Lillyana, as well as others I wasn't sure I would see again. Last night I had dinner with Sabine and Tina and this morning I ran into Kim again. I also saw an older Japanese woman who slept in the bunk opposite me on my first night in Roncesvalles. I hadn't seen her in a few days. She ...
... a habit, and half an hour later I emerged... I went back to the hotel met the others, including a ill and Jackie, and we all went to the 7:30pm pilgrim mass at the same church. It's weird sitting through a church service at the best of times; when it's in Spanish it's even weirder... After that we had dinner at wonderful restaurant where I actually had a vegetarian meal! Wonders will never cease...vegetable paella :) Delicious! Thank you Leon I had a wonderful time ...
... needed gloves and a beanie to keep the morning frosty chill at bay... Another day on the Senda, perhaps my favourite days so far. Other people complain about the monotony of the straight path and scenery; I prefer to see it as an opportunity for my body to get into a rhythm that then flows into my psyche... Of course plenty of things bubble up from the depths of my being, and yes they can be challenging to deal with...I find the Senda makes it easier though to accept ...
Well, once again people started to rattle around awaken at 5:00 am. The night was rough with some of the women around me snoring and people turning on lights to go to the bathroom during the night. Dennis and I woke up at 5:45 realizing sleep was impossible. We went downstairs for the breakfast finally had better option like cereal, fruit, toast, milk and juice for breakfast. The coffee was also very good. We were on the road by 7:00 and the path was busy with pilgrims. As we walked ...