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... THE LITTLE VILLAGE TOMORROW. SO NOW TO TELL YOU ABOUT MY EXPERIENCE UP TO THIS POINT. LIFE CHANGING WOULD BE THE ONLY WAY TO. EXPLAIN. THE WALK TO SANTIAGO DE COMPASTELLA VERY PERSONAL.AND THE 4DAYS THERE WAS AMAZING I SPENT A LOT OF TIME IN THE CATHEREDAL WITH APOSTLE JAMES ,PRA YING FOR. THE PARISH, PERISHERS AND THE PRIEST.ADORATION EVERY DAY AND I AL SO WALKED A LOT,DRANK COFFEE AND SAT IN THE SUN.,BUT MOST OF ALL I STAYED BY MYSELF AND USED ...
... asked if we had any paper.
When it emerged they wanted €25 per day for the privilege of tying ourselves onto a floating ball of rubber we decided not to bother and motored 500 yards upriver to anchor instead. And it was idyllic; mountainous surroundings, calm peaceful water, perfect holding - unfortunately a small storm arrived the next day so we weren't able to enjoy it much, but still. The beach we were next to was clearly a ...
... the river. We had pintxos for lunch which are similar to tapas and very yummy. We went to the Guggenheim Museum, well we looked at it from the outside. The building is made from titanium and is an interesting shape. We saw the famous statue of a Scottie dog and the big metal spider. We didn't go inside as when Anjali went she got bored out of her mind! I'm not a fan of modern art, and after a trip to the Centre Pompidou in Paris at Easter, ...
... storms, we decided to be naughty kids, ditch the concert and head across the continent bound for Barcelona a day early.
Even seemingly in the middle of no-where, the storms followed us and we were treated to a display of fork lightening, thunder claps and double rainbows across the Spanish plains, as we camped for the night just off the main road next to a small vineyard near ...
... were supposed to do, although the artists' statements suggested that they took themselves way more seriously.
From the museum, we followed the river around to the old town, where we sat in the plaza and had a drink, then walked the twisty little streets. We heard some drumming, and discovered a women's drum team rehearsing....we were told it was National Women's Day and there would be a demonstration later. After walking ...