Le Grand Large - Résidence
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... like retirement or career change, demanded an opportunity for reflection which The Camino provided; and, that Canada does not have supported walks like The Camino with aubergues and cafes focused on Pilgrim's needs.
Frankly, Spain's Camino is so well developed from the many centuries of pilgrimage that with its current resurgence it has become an economic engine in many rural villages quite outside typical economic hubs. Given the plight ...
... I point to the name...) Ohh... I did not see.... I do not know Knepper..." she said very matter-of-factly. All of luggage was stacked up at the stern of the boat, waiting to be removed. The woman, "Victoria", by name. "I am from GRINDOZ. I am filling in for my colleague..." She is heading toward Marina, and very confused as to just how many people are going with her. Victoria speaks to Marina, then leaves Milena, walking right by the luggage. The driver is still at the ...
... Sangria is our aperitif of choice - it goes down so well - remind me to have a sangria party on our return! I have magret du canard - the duck salad. Paul, carbonara and the kids bloody steak hache and chips - thank god they're pretty active running around burning off all these chips and ice creams. Don't worry grandmothers they're eating plenty of fruit during the day and drinking loads of d'leau (water), even taken to salad, for brekkie this morning even! Mac ...
... compared to the ones
Gav’s used to in New Zealand.
We left Biarritz in the
afternoon, drove along small roads avoiding the motorway with the very
expensive toll charges, ended up on an amazing coastal road in northern
Spain and when we reached Lekeitio we found a motorhome parking and
stopped for the ...
... least four different languages along the platform.
Its good on one hand as it means company if needed and entertaining characters sooner or later. However it also means competing for beds at the end of each day - something I will have to learn to sort out (misleading other pilgrims to wrong destinations, confusing them if they don't speak Spanish, etc...)
The final part of my trip today was the train from Bayonne to St Jean. I knew it was a ...