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... crispy potatoes, chocolate ice cream and red wine - seriously could not ask for anymore! And at the end the manager gave as all a Camino cap and lanyard as a parting gift. Wowzers! Total cost for today: Breakfast: €1 Tortilla Lunch: €2 Choizo, cream cheese and olive sand which Dinner: €0 Snacks: €3 apples, chocolates and magnum Accommodation: €15 Total cost per person: €21 Til next time Ann & Jason ...
... Bianca, a friendly German woman registered in at the albergue and was keen to chat. Keith enjoyed timeout withabook on the ipad. By dinnertime it felt good to join a table full of new faces. However a group of 5 Brazilians spoke no English at all, so there wasn't as much connection as we had experienced at other dinner tables. We stayed up for a bit as Emanuel worked on Keith's feet again and Bianca was keen for the company.
... is worth it.
Day 10 Torres del Rio to Logrono 20 kilometers (12.42 miles)
It is perfectly acceptable to pay 5 Euros and have your backpack shipped ahead.
Day 11 Logrono to Ventosa 16.2 kilometers (10.06 miles)
Logrono is a city of 155,000 but even there, while walking through the park, a teenage boy on a bicycle wished me a Buen Camino as he zipped by.
Day 12 Ventosa to Ciruena 25 kilometers (15.53 miles)
... or medicinal use the herbs were, then the man removed his shirt, and his wife began to beat him with the nettles leaving large welts! We arrived here shortly after lunch and easily found a lovely Casa Rural Pension. We have an attic room. We napped, bathed, had a pitcher of sangria, and did our few errands. We had a lovely dinner and are now ready to call it a night. We've treated our feet, and soon will be in ...
... a mystery to most what is in there, but outside, is a 12th Century image of Jesus as a child. (Evokes memories of Taladega Night's descriptions of baby Jesus). There is a statue of Mary that is carried down from the mountain in procession every May, and back up in September. Up, then down is the village of Villambistia (which sounds like an incurable disease ... "I'm really sorry, but our worst fears have been realised, you have Villambistia). I sat, which turned to ...