La Casa del Cofrade
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... br> Not the Field of Stars nor the great cathedrals.
Not the bravado of Navarra, nor the wine of Rioja,
Not the bounty of the seas of Gallego, nor the Castilian plateau.
Pilgrim, Who calls you?
What mysterious force draws you here?
Not the folk of the Way, nor the ways of the country folk.
It is not the history and the culture, nor the cocky Calzada rooster.
Not the palace of Gaudi, nor the Castle of ...
... 1, people are quick to point and yell if venture off trail or look like you might not know which way to go. I think they are being friendly and helpful ... but perhaps there is an ulterior motive ... mabe they just don't want us smelly Camino types in their non-tourista spaces. Could this friendliness on the surface actually be a verion of Spanish NIMBY? Nah ... I think it is a genuine form of buen Camino hospitality.
Leaving Logrono we spend hours cycling through a ...
... Since we have been in northern Spain, we have walked past asparagus fields, artichoke fields, corn fields, solar panel fields, grape fields, rutabaga fields, and today...a rock field. As we entered Santo Domingo today, we walked past a potato (patata) processing plant and saw several trucks filled with potatoes. We have yet to see potato fields. We are meeting our daily goal of walking and starting to feel more fit, with, of course, our daily does of Spanish ...
... the road at around 8, a bit tardy today. Beautiful vinyards all around. On the way we met Marcus from Germany, he was not happy. He set out at 6 this morning from the same place as us but got lost and was an hour and a half wandering around. He was down on it. He is going the whole way to Santiago.
We met an Irish guy Will from Kilkenny, he is finishing tomorrow he has come from St Jean but he is finding it too tough. Taking bus ...
... of fun. I think it is so important that children learn a second language when they are so young and Alice does such a great job with it. She also gave me advice on other places that I should visit. She was an aupair herself when she was 24; with this she lived in Scotland for almost a year. After school, we played a game called Rumi, looked through pictures, and then I went on one of the most beautiful runs! There are miles and miles ...