Hotel Husa Bracos
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So, I've recently received a 'complaint' about this blog, from an acquaintance who shall remain nameless (you know who you are, you daft cow).
"Wahahh wahhh wahhh", she started (she didn't, but just imagine a whingey tone).
"Your blog isn't a travel blog at all! At least that one from Bolivia talked about different places. This is just like, a stream of consciousness diary!"
Mate, I refer you to the first entry on this particular blog. Explaining exactly ...
... just like the
I tend to be very sneery about the English. Uptight, snobbish, repressed, and unable to share an honest opinion out loud. "I'm just not very British", I used to tell people smugly. Well more fool me.
Because as I start to stack up countries I've visited, lived in, I'm becoming disillusioned. It's a truth universally acknowledged that traveling teaches you about other cultures, but what very few people talk about is how much ...
... Still, a bit slapdash, Spain? The company haven't even asked for a CRB check...)
A brief moment of interest / terror: one of the other teachers, a scary, shouty harridan, sat in on one of my miserable attempts at child care. She nearly screamed the bloody room down, and in a carefree manner, yanked the children around by the arm. Could maybe learn from her? Children were terrified of her. Christ, I was terrified of her!
"There are so many stereotypes about Romanians all being thieves", he said.
"Yes!" I said eagerly. "It's outrageous and prejudiced!"
"No no, we are all thieves", he corrected ominously.
I nipped out 'to the toilet' - translation: to double lock my room.
Return to find Pension Pepa, for some unknown reason, messing with a a karaoke app on her phone, and sat through a a totally mortifying 3 minutes ...
... Viana, in the Camino guides showed it was mostly downhill. Au contraire, it was more like a roller coaster, with probably a net drop in elevation over the stated 10km or 6.0 mile walk, but plenty of up and down, to get there, which was very taxing. After walking actually another 7.0 miles from Torres del Rios to Viana, we finally arrived at Viana at 12:30 pm after walking 12.4 miles for the day. We stopped at the Albergue Izar and quickly rented a double room with bath for ...