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... here either (apart from the ubiquitous Zara, obviously). Small, local-ish thingies are the order of the day. Which means, despite living in Madrid, I recognise absolutely nothing.
Anyway, having a balcony in my room that offered a panoramic vista of Burger King was, believe it or not, actually one of the factors that almost convinced me against choosing the flat. Me living next door to Burger King? Recipe for disaster, bankruptcy and obesity, surely?
Well not quite. ...
... skull, and the whole thing is throbbing like a nightclub.
I made el gran error of having a whinge to Pepa about my great pain. I really should have seen this coming...I'd forgotten that the woman is, of course, multi-talented.
"Do you want me to get rid of your headache?" she asked, leaning in (way too close).
"I do your feet", she said, advancing ominously towards my boots.
Me: (still too British to recoil in ...
... anyone comes to visit me, they don't end up in the wrong country.
Logroņo. Log-ron-yo. Like wood log, Ron Burgundy, and Yo, what's up. Please, let's all make a concerted effort to get this right.
Considering that 99% of the people I know insisted on spelling Colombia with a U (ColUmbia). Even after I'd lived there for months (and made a fuss about the spelling). And that's a name of a huge country, people. You cannot get that wrong and be ...
A very long day today- 29 km so we decided to get a packed brekkie from the hotel and set off at 6.30am Again needed headlights as we left in the dark but amazingly there were many pilgrims on the road ahead of us. It was wonderful to walk in the cool,of the morning with the sun rising at our backs and to reach our first cafe by 8.30 am. Caught up with many friends we'd met along the way and enjoyed cafe con leche with hotel snacks. Another long ...
A long day ahead with 29 kms to cover from Los Arcos to Logrono. I wasn't sure how the foot would hold up, so today was going to be a test for long distances. Most of this leg was on quiet tracks so, you guessed it, the toilet situation would be one of my focal points...
Anyway, we headed off relatively early to get a head start before the heat kicked in. The first 7 kms were through crops. I saw Brreanna, Sheree and Pat in Sansol taking ...