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... playing instruments. After all the action it was home time. We headed back to the apartment for some rest and relaxation.badam nada shower and went straight to bed. But I started talking to Miguel and he offered us paella. As we had just eaten I said no thank you, but was interested to learn how to make it. So as he made his chicken and chorizo paella, he explained what he was doing. It didn't seem too difficult and took some notes down to try it at home. He ...
... t speak much english. Marcus arrived about 1 hour after Jens and I. I could hear him down the street, singing. As usual. He has carried today a bottle of wine from the place we stayed last night. He tried to convince me to help him drink it along the hike today, but... ha, I didn't think I could handle it. Loco. Now we have a bottle for tonight. I have blisters, sore muscles, but I feel strong and happy and am grateful to be surrounded by positive, fun people and beautiful places. ...
... welcoming hostel which many people stop at. But in town there's another one called Cuatro Cantones which I was told was better so I went there. It's run by a lovely young family and their marketing is good. The modern Camino. They send someone out along the track giving away free bottles of water with their details on them and it works - it was packed and lots of people were turned away or came back for a 9pm sitting. I sat with a German ...
... little village of just 2000, I filled my water bottle, at the drinking font (fountain, but not as we know a fountain, more like a giant bubbler tap), and a dog limped up to me, and looked up. Like a Disney movie, I turned on the fountain and he had a drink. It turned out the rather large Littlest Hobo was thirsty, and I stood for what seemed an eternity holding the water on for him. He thanked me, and I was on my way, having done my second good deed for the day, ...
... meet up with Ed, Carol, and two new Camino friends, Sherry and Alan from Vancouver. The track through the forest is watery an muddy at times after the heavy rainfall but eventually there is a break in the weather as we get to San Juan. The small villages with old churches being restored have populations of less than a hundred and the trade from peregrinos ...