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... cheap and is the first case of getting what I pay for. It is located in an old school, but it is quiet and Charles the Basque is here, a sign of restful welcome. ("Lisa! Would you like some pasta!?") After catching up on my writing in the slightly grubby albergue bunk, I wandered to the sunny and open hotel and restaurant to register and start to think about dinner. Surprise! Harold has arrived! The gang is reunited minus Susanne who I know is taking care of herself a day or so ...
... in the afternoon for a drink, train spotting, and met several other pilgrims who we arranged to have diviner with. We dined with Canadians Jack and Tara, a lovely French man Jaques and a German man whose name escapes me but whose daughter had done an exchange in Adelaide. We had a great evening and the trains did not bother us at all. Albergue -Canal de Castilla - E30.00 private room with bathroom for 2 - good but odd location ...
... felt such an attraction that I had to go back and see what it was about. "Sleep in a tipi or bunk bed. Games, guitars, drums... multilingual library. Everything is possible, with tolerance and respect :)" The albergue is set on a bunch of land - more than a typical albergue. Trees and tables are scattered around the front yard, with a moss covered stone wall separating the property from The Way. Five hammocks hung up in a row. Chickens running around the yard. The back of ...
... for the small things. Large fields of poppies are a delight, as is a welcomed breeze in the afternoon heat. Of course, when all you see is wheat for an hour in every direction, it can be a little numbing, this usually does not last too long. Mentally, between the lack of towns and landscape, it has become more challenging, however it has allowed for some much needed physical healing. Since Burgos we have also met a lot of new people which is great. Being that ...
... The other day I
said I'd pay a premium for some condiments ... today I'd have paid a
premium for a tail wind!
Perhaps on its own the wind wouldn't have been too
onerous, but we had another day of climbing today ... up and down and up and up
and up and then down. Rinse and repeat. And then on top of that,
there were many towns we rode into, desperately seeking a café con leche or
vino ... but the ...