Hotel Zenit Calahorra
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... now 9:30 pm and after I finish this blog I will read a bit about where we will be going and the towns we will travel though. And then it will be "lights out". Todays Inspirational piece comes from my lovely sister Dorothy (Hi Dorothy) - "We are each born with our own unique gifts and talents, Our greatest challenge is to be more of who we truly are" I couldn't agree more, so very, very true and something important to remember. Thanks Sis. ...
Day 8 of the Camino This was a long, long day at around 28 kms and one of the bigger days on the way. The feet are holding up but with quite a bit of help from Compeed, bandages and anti- friction gel. The scenery in the morning was nice as the sun was rising. The different shades of green over the wheat and vineyards changed constantly. The bad weather thankfully stayed to our west all ...
... Its so peaceful here and the weather is so nice. There are a couple of tapa streets and I actually stopped for my first tapa of this entire trip. It was awesome. 2.80 Euro for a glass of white wine and a small ham toasted sandwich. I thought that was cheap. For the rest of the day, I got drunk by myself on the local wine. I'm nearly 80kg according to the scale here...OMG...thats the heaviest I've ever been. Got to do something about that.
... backpacks and remarked how big a hill we had to climb today and that it was going to be tough. Then they discovered that we had started at SJPDP and we all laughed off the little four hundred meter bump in the road ahead. The walk to the next town, Cizur Menor was probably the least enjoyable part of the day. The traffic was noisy again, and as we got further out of the city, it became less and less human friendly, and more about cars getting places fast. And the truth is, ...
... time and feeling like I could be a tourist helped me relax a little more. From here on, there are regularly spaced villages where I can stop for the night if needed, so if I don't make my goal town, I'll be okay. And since it's largely reservation-free bed assignment, and there are always cheap hotels if needed, I don't need to hurry anymore. So I can legitimately go at my own pace, for as long or short as I like. It really has become a case of (stop me if you've heard this ...