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... Kim & Choi (both from South Korea). It was delicious and included: Castellan soup, fish and chips and puff pastry with a custard filling. Once we finished we came back to the municipal and hung out with our other pilgrim friends in the communal area. That was likely to be the last time we'd all spend as a group as some people were staying in Burgos for an extra night. Some highlights of the night include: - James not being able to open Amanda's folding knife ...
... minestrone. I told Susanne that I would cook for her if she stayed with my after Burgos! The albergue's common kitchen was very small and I lost my patience with the group that dominated it for well over an hour and a half and butted in asking So Politely if they were done using one of the six pots and shoving into one corner of the table to start my one pot soup making. Susanne was my sous-chef and did the chopping as I softened my tongue with some vino tinto ...
... 900 000 years old). Rosa was also telling us about the medieval battles they stage there in full costume. She is one of the organisers. Atapuerca is also a wheat growing region.
P.S. The Irish group kept an eye on me all day. In fact, if they didn't see me on other days they would query where I was. It's The Camino spirit. One Irish man early in the storm today commented:
Today is not a holiday day, it is a pilgrimage day.
... no water or services. Last year Jens was suffering from two bad shins, unexplained swelling. His two buddies had walked the whole way by his sides, helping him along. He said that he hiked for 10 hours that day to go the 13 km. rough. Juan was also respectful of this stage. An unlucky one. So we were cautious. In the last town before the bad stretch we stopped and ate sandwiches, to prepare. Jens got ahead right away and I didn't see him again until the stretch was ...
... of a leisurely pace. They meet up at the end of each day, and as we sat visiting, sure enough the friend came across the bridge, and Angelo bid us adios (but not without providing some experienced words of advice for our next few days). He called Darrell a nino for being so young and shook his hand warmly ... but for me, I got two lovely kisses on the cheek. Hmmmm, once you go Basque ... We had an 'interesting' dinner back at the Albergue. We wanted to ...