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... to cafe con leche, fresh squeezed valencia orange juice and a banana. Our bodies recharged, we continued on for another couple of miles to Obanos and found a very nice Casa Rural (www.casaraichu.com) to stay for the night. For 38 euros we have a nice private room with two beds and desk, a modern, spotless bathroom across the hall, a large deck and living room and access to a fully equipped kitchen... A ...
... to get out of the crowd and sat down near the water, talking about travel, life, and our futures. This seems to be where we always go, but I really enjoyed this talk. Mike was a 28 year old who left a great job to travel indefinitely, avoiding the social norms of your late 20's. Getting married, having kids, buying a house. This lifestyle is so amazing, all the money and security in the world couldn't replace how much you learn through travel. Our mindsets were ...
... don't have any room to make things and prepare his birthday breakfast) but I guarantee tomorrow he will be commenting left, right and centre about the lack of effort made. We have made cards which we all did around the tiny table and the paint water only got spilt twice in the process - the whole creative session ended up outside in the end as Lily had decided splatter paint was the style she wanted for her dads card and so there is now a ...
... you want is to be walking up and down hills on cobble streets looking for affordable Albergues. The municipal ones are cheap and often hold 100 or more in an open dorm. Did this 3 times with a mix of Swedes, Germans and French who had little English. The amazing thing here is that everyone looks after everyone and despite the lack of a common language we can communicate and enjoy each other.
I'll let you enjoy the rest of my day through pictures. ...
The last 2 days have been a highlight for me on this pilgrimage. As I write this blog. I am sitting looking at the area that Xavier grew up in. We have had some personal reflection time here, which is why I am doing all my blogging! Yesterday we left Loyola early and went to Pamplona. We ran like Bulls! Arriving in Javier we relaxed, and toured the Castle of the Xavier family. We were given ...