Hotel Husa Bracos
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... nervously approached this foreign town not knowing if we were heading in completely the wrong direction. Eventually we made it and realised we were in the town of Sansol, a town we knew were going to be passing today. Phew! Crisis averted. As we entered the town an old man pointed us in the right direction and we were finally back on the pilgrim's route. As we were walking the sky slowly began to beautifully light up. We walked to ...
... since everything here is novel. The local parks were made for Moira and Celia's climbing abilities. Going to the grocery store is an adventure. Making new friends is still the preferred activity of the big girls.
Temperament: Moira is still the same, a bit more agitated with all the sister time. Celia is perhaps more easy going and helpful than her usual self (she's on a high from the Spanish tooth ...
... will always take you into a town by way of the steepest hill and past the cathedral. Clanging, tolling and peeling church bells met us at every town.
We had dinner with a handsome Brazilian man named Joao. He is walking the camino and visiting 10 churches of the Immaculate Conception around Europe. The special church of the immaculate conception (which my ...
... br> Not the Field of Stars nor the great cathedrals.
Not the bravado of Navarra, nor the wine of Rioja,
Not the bounty of the seas of Gallego, nor the Castilian plateau.
Pilgrim, Who calls you?
What mysterious force draws you here?
Not the folk of the Way, nor the ways of the country folk.
It is not the history and the culture, nor the cocky Calzada rooster.
Not the palace of Gaudi, nor the Castle of ...
... in case'. Well thank goodness for Hilary Mantel. After Viana there was still another 10km to go. I looked longingly at the albergues but the discipline of being pre-booked kicked in again.
Lots of people do the camino a week per year or random bit by bit. Some miss out 'the boring bits' which is probably missing the point. Quite a few resort to jumping on a bus or in a taxi for various reasons, many legitimate. All of ...