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... volubly I told her she spends way too long round Julien and Bernadette KNEW we were on the wrong path at least a kilometre earlier. Even in recovery mode personalities hold strong and as I looked into the distance to see the trucks of the highway we needed to be heading toward, Bernadette looked back trying to work out "where did we go wrong? "
It wasn't so bad in the end as we trekked north on some back roads to meet up with the proper ...
... we go to the Pilgrims Mass at the church around the corner, after which we will all have dinner together at a little Restaurant close by. There is Bill, Jackie his wife, Sharron, Bill, Tony and myself. A delicious meal of Paella and vino tinto (I stick to water tonight). Tomorrow is a 21 km walk to Villadangos del Paramo. While it has drizzled rain on and off today, I am hoping it will be dry tomorrow!! No Inspirational piece today. Again, I don't open one on non walking days. ...
... chocolate craving...could it be something to do with the discovery of Milka bubbly with caramel? Definitely no substitute for Cadbury Dairy Milk but it will do :). Milka chocolate reminds me of Irene, my mother-in-law whilst married to Fritz. It was one of her favourites and would always make sure there was some in the pantry, particularly when the kids came along. Just found out there is no wi-if at this hotel...what are we in Spain or something?? Off to a cafe that has ...
Sahagun...sadly not a lot can be said about this city. If I walked the Camino again I would continue walking through it; it's dirty, unkept, and many of the homes are derelict or in the throes of becoming so. Not to mention the raucous locals...I've never experienced anything like I did last night with people celebrating a win in football...fire crackers, yelling, screaming, tooting horns and did I mention fire crackers...all outside my hotel window until after 3:30am... So if ...
... a bar for a drink and more importantly wifi. Really poor reception but at the second bar we found half the town. It was full of old boys playing serious games of dominoes. They didn't buy a thing in the hour we were there so the bar certainly doesn't get too much money out of the locals. They were slapping down the dominoes and it was as rowdy as hell. The only people parting with money were the pilgrims so obviously the town relies ...