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... There was a brother and sister behind me in line at the Tourist Office that were also looking for credentials. Their names were Emily and Alex from Florida. Emily didn't speak any Spanish and Alex's was only slightly better than mine. This gave me a bit of hope that maybe I could do this after all. We set off to find our credentials and about ten minutes later we had found them. I still needed to get my outlet adapter so I ...
... less than my positive self it's due to sleep deprivation, heart palpitations and a lack of breakfast... OH well if that's the worst thing that happens on the Camino, I'm pretty lucky :) On a more positive note...the first 11 kms of today's walk I walked on my own. Whilst I really enjoyed catching up with the family on Skype this morning, I was feeling a little flat and just needed to be alone. I walked slowly at first processing things and receiving inspirations as I walked, writing ...
... had talked about staying at the Santa Maria albergue and when we arrived they were not yet open. We discussed our options and as it was only 11am, and we decided to push through Leon and into the next village. On our way out of the city we of course saw the cathedral and a few other monuments as well. Here a lot if pilgrims start their camino and thought it would be nice to get out of the hustle and bustle of the ...
... mornings walk. And that's what every day seems - a long morning walk, followed by a check in to whatever digs we get for the night, lunch, shower, the afternoon bottle of vino and late arvo tucker, catch up with Camino family that happen to be in the same town, followed by dinner and bed to start all over again and see what the new day brings in terms of beauty, toughness and company. Spent time today along the walk with Stuart and Jenny we ...
... bag while in the shower. Laundry is typically done outside by hand in a sink with cold water (we use shampoo as our soap) then wrung out by hand and hung on a line to dry in the sun. Some albergues have coin operated washers and dryers. Occasionally we will splurge and use these to freshen up our clothes or if the weather is not conducive to line drying. Most of the private albergues offer a Pilgrim's Menu for supper and some offer breakfast as well (more on this ...