La Casa del Cofrade
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... next to the NZers who we had met on the path into the town. I mused that the bulls would be along any minutes and one of the locals overheard and said no, mañana. So it really was happening. The narrow streets choked with red and white people as we drank beer and Pintxo. Then the giant puppets turned up and paraded to the town square. We contemplated stopping here and catching a taxi to Logrono in the ...
... lovely, so we cooled off, had a drink & started off again after a 20 minute break. Our coffee con liche break was at Azofra, after a 6 Klm walk, really looking forward to it by then!! Then we continued walking for a total of 23 kms in the very hot Spanish afternoon sunWe concluded our very hot long walk that day around 2pm, only to find that our back packs had not arrived. Finally at 6pm we were able to shower & head off to a very enjoyable Pellegrino ...
... off. Actually the last days have all been very exposed, with little shade cover, it would be an especially awful section in the heat of Summer if, like me, you're not fond of hot weather, unless you're by a pool or beach. I had regular rests, at the screaming demands of my knee, including one where I literally lay down by an irrigation channel amongst the grape vines, on my back like a dead person, and just gazed at the sky. Apart from the wind it was ...
... the words "electric shower", you leg it. And there are always pros and cons to every flat. You play flat-hunting Russian roulette trying to decide on your home for the foreseeable future, in a matter of hours.
You do all this while also trying to settle in to a new place, start a new job, and with the knowledge that the clock is ticking on whatever hostel you've booked for the first few days.
Fall into bed, dead.
Wednesday morning: ...
... or choose not to afford certain comforts for their journey. But, we prefer a little more privacy, if for nothing else but, to increase the chances of having adequate rest to recuperate from the efforts of the day and to have adequate, secure space for our stuff. We don't mind a small room if we can lock the door with a key. Also we don't mind sharing a bathroom as long as we have room to put our stuff and can lock the door to shower and conduct other business. ...