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... have any concern at all for the others in the room. When we awoke the next morning at 6am, we found that they had left the kitchen a terrible mess, and we were forced to clean their dishes just to make our breakfast. We made sure not to be too quiet doing this. Sometimes you meet wonderful people, and sometimes, you meet people like this. I’d be glad not to meet them again. Total distance walked today: 13km Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
... with our drinks while serenaded by an outdoor concert.
We plan to be in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port by Thursday, and I am very excited to make it to my destination. My companions will continue on to Compostella. When I arrive in St-Jean, I plan to make my way to Amsterdam. The architect has invited me to stay in his home with his wife there. I am looking forward to this side trip, and I am again grateful to my companion for his offer to stay in his home. I should ...
... keep me company, for which I was grateful.
We filled our time with conversation, which kept my mind off my feet; though, after the painkiller, I was able to walk at a more normal pace without limping. We talked about our families and our home lives. We also talked about what we had hoped to get out of the pilgrimage and what we were actually getting from it. I was unusually open with him, and it felt good to talk with someone that personally. I ...
... my injury. I am mad at myself for not taking better care of my body and embarrassed that I was unable to maintain the pace at which I wished to walk. At this point, the teacher came in to talk to me. He told me that there was no way that they would be leaving me behind and that we would continue to St-Jean-Pied-de-Port as three. I told him that he had no obligation to me, and he said that they would not leave me. He said that all that matters ...
... refuge in Farbo was not a very welcoming place. The woman who ran it at first told us to wait for her welcome before we entered, then decided that she couldn’t be bothered to show up. So, her husband let us in and collected our money. They should be ashamed to run such a place. The electric did not work in most of the outlets, the kitchen was filthy with broken cabinets and plates, the bathroom was molded through, ...