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All morning long was such a great walk! Go God! I kept a good walking pace, got the best Spanish meal yet which consisted of seafood crepes, raxo, and cheesecake, and taking a personality quiz with Linda, Steven, Stephen, Julia, and Megan (it was super interesting to hear everyone's answers!). Although I had the best Spanish meal for lunch, lunch was slightly sad due to 3 of our walking group ...
... in one corner led out to meet at the first landing of the main staircase, the whole thing was extraordinary. There was also a tiny, steep stone staircase that led to a locked door. I can only assume this was to the servants quarters, or a room full of pirate's treasure, probably the latter I'm guessing. Dinner was good, but I both ate and drank too much, ending with the best coffee flan I've ever tasted, and I had a belly ache all night, when will I ...
... worn and our stride shows determination rather than excitement. We see the new people limping, feet covered with fresh, white bandages and we remember our own ailments and blisters that are now aged callouses. We have walked for so long our pains are just part of who we are ... no cause to break stride...just keep walking. Good weather stays with us and the countryside is generally nice but with so many people now it seems like we're just caught ...
... to the Pulporias. But as soon as i walked into a bar for some ice for my leg and a red wine - down the rain came again. So this afternoon i am going to sit tight to see if the rain clears, go for a walk down the street to a pulporia if it does, have a very late lunch / dinner and keep putting ice on the leg. I am now 51 ks from Santiago and i am timing my run to a) avoid the bigger towns and b) end up only 5 to 10 ks out of Santiago ...
... and was proud of the fact that his church was dedicated to Saint James. We are in Arzua tonight, a fairly big town with WiFi here at the albergue. I just took a hot shower and organized my pack for tomorrow. Am feeling happy that Peter is feeling better. Our friends have already made it to Santiago! Wish we could have made it the whole way together but the Camino had other plans for ...