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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 ...
... the day, El Burgo Ranero. Todays weather has been excellent once again despite being told it would be overcast and raining. I love it when bad weather predictions are turned on their head! It is Sunday today but by the time we get to El Burgo we have missed Mass. A bit of a shame but there is no point in mourning what cannot be changed. I am just thankful for another good day, and a good Hotel for the night. Hopefully no big soccer matches today, and a quiet night tonight!! lol When ...
... greatful I remembered my Sunday missalet to follow the readings. Following mass we took a tour of the Cathedral. Several interesting facts. The Cathdral was started in the 13th century when Leon had only 5000 inhabitants. It took 3 centuries to build the original structure. Unlike the Cathedral in Burgos there are no add on structures, this massive structure was built as ...
... 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 ...
... the soles of boots (just kidding!) You get the point. It is amazing how much we can do without when we really need to. OK, now I admit I used that catchy intro to lure you into a post that might get real deep, so you are forewarned - hang on for the ride. Yesterday, I saw our friends John and Doris arrive at our albergue late in the afternoon looking very exhausted after their long walk. Unfortunately, by that time, both albergues in town were full ...