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... turns out that my rain game is not strong. Within an hour I was soaked to the bone. I think that my jacket either doesn't completely protect against rain or else I was dripping with sweat underneath it. My pants were expectedly soaked as well. My shoes filled with water and sloshed around the whole day, a breeding ground for more blisters to add to my collection. My hands transformed into wrinkly little prunes. I hiked for 7 hours, only taking one break for about a half ...
... getting me up it - slow and steady! In the afternoon, thinking no- one was around, I was doing, even if I do say it myself, a wonderful soft shoe shuffle to Peter Skellern singing 'They Can't Take That Away From Me' , when suddenly 2 other pilgrims overtook me!!
The high Meseta has been much more beautiful and interesting than I imagined it would be. I had imagined that ...
... I tried uploading a few
photos via the internet at the hotel/bar next door. I was adding a photo
about D entering a town, and wham-bam up came some Spanish porn on our
camera-android thingy. We shut down, changed batteries, and it happened
again. If any of the photos attached to this (or any future) blog seem in
appropriate, please know they are likely images from someone else's
A note ...
... care of we visited the primary attraction in the village, Iglesía St Martin, built in 1066 and apparently the best representation of intact Romanesque architecture in Spain.
Dinner tonight, at the hotel where Oma and Opa stayed, was wonderful. Typical pilgrim menu (choice of appetizer, main dish, and dessert, with wine and water for 10€). Opa had trout, wile Oma and I had the most ...
... and toes. Because I have a head cold and there is a 90% chance of rain, we've decided to take a rest day today. We will be able to catch up on sleep, laundry and correspondence. Yesterday I kept thinking of the homeless who live in the difficult conditions (and much worse) that we experienced, all of the time. It kind of gives one a new perspective on what the true necessities of life ...