MarDeQueo Hotel Rural Spa-Talaso
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... crosses my path. It is a long read, but worth it. BY WALT WHITMAN 1 Afoot and light-hearted I take to the open road, Healthy, free, the world before me, The long brown path before me leading wherever I choose. Henceforth I ask not good-fortune, I myself am good-fortune, Henceforth I whimper no more, postpone no more, need nothing, Done with indoor complaints, libraries, querulous criticisms, Strong and content I travel the open road. The earth, that is sufficient, I do not want ...
... 20th Century buildings, bars, and a main road for the trucks to rumble through. I've met an Irish woman, Maggie. She stayed at the same Albergue last night and again tonight. She is finishing the Camino Norte and a lot of fun. We will start out at 7.30 tomorrow in the dark and walk into Santiago. The plan is to try and be there by 12.30 and queue for our compostela while the other pilgrims are at the 12 o'clock ...
... flan with a coffee flavored sauce... and vino tinto, of course. Linda has been struggling the past several days with some kind of insect bites that itch like crazy, especially at night and her hands had some swelling from two or three bites each. Jim had similar bites but his were not nearly as annoying and were not itching enough to impact sleep. We had been treating the bites with a topical antihistimine cream we purchased at a pharmacy yesterday, ...
... notes for the day, that I referred to regularly, that I ripped out of my Brierly, guidebook, and folded up in my pocket. I didn't want to carry the whole book around all day, when I was only referring to a few pages throughout the day. I only lost one day's worth of map notes the whole trip, which was pretty good for me (and 3 toothbrushes, 2 pair of undies, and a room key). Also in another internal pocket on the left, I kept my iPhone, so I could attach my earphones and listen ...
... to get into a "funk". We stopped for a mid morning break, and were surprised to see an English couple from our first week on the Camino. It was a joyous reunion. It was exactly what was needed and they walked with us for the next 10 kilometers. We talked and talked, making the walk so much easier. We are less than 20 kilometers from Santiago, and look forward to finishing our ...