Hotel Silken Gran Teatro
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... Evening postscript:
I had dinner at Morito in Calle Sombrererra with Clare, Steve and Florence. We stuffed ourselves silly and all waddled back to our respective hotels. I have my foot up again and have started antibiotics as the swelling doesn't seem to want to go down. I hope I don't have to walk in pain tomorrow.
It's goodbye to some of my friends as they complete their Camino and here's hoping there are more people as equally nice for me to ...
... still attached. It was quite painful. I tried to put the toenail back in place but the sharp edges made it way too painful. I trimmed the edges back and asked Sue to help me put a sterile dressing on it. I am so happy to be traveling with a physician. When Sue agreed to help me, she asked me if I would revive her if she fainted! To make a long story short, I did go to a clinic today where two ladies, one an MD and another a nurse, came in to look at my ...
Firstly to let you know that I have now been able to upload photos into yesterday's blog. It was 4 degrees when we started this morning at 8.15 and I used my jacket for the first time. It took less than an hour before the sun was up and the jacket was discarded. Quite a reasonably flat day of walking and only 21kms again through fields. We celebrated the half ...
... now routine duties of shower, wash/dry clothes, lunch, naps, blogs/journals and prep for next day. Today's prep included making reservations for the next 3 days to insure we have a place to stay after walking our targeted distance. We will begin walking across the Meseta tomorrow where weather ( sun & wind & storms) are more severe and stopping points and accommodations are limited. The hospitality at Albergue La Fabrica today has been extraordinary. ...
... and one of the Irish couples I met yesterday. We set off again this time with all zips zipped, velcro velcroed, and strings drawn to prevent the wind from getting in. This next path took us along the wall of a plateau, so we were slightly more protected from the wind. The path snaked it's way around taking us through poppies, gorse and other windflowers. Unusually I was in the lead so I was pushing along using my poles to help me negotiate the uneven surface. In ...