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... on grass, and with five kid parks built within the establishment. We learned that Spanish sunscreen is intended for ummm Spanish skin and not ours.
It was very sad to say goodbye to the family, and we agreed that we will not wait 15 more years to see each other. At our rate of aging and their rate of relaxing, Angel and Inma will soon be younger than us. Moira is already making plans for her study abroad...
... rubbish. Tomorrow's full walk according to my Brierley book, is even longer than yesterday's, at 18Ŋ miles and that would be crazy for me in boots new or old and not getting going much before 10.30, so I will have to cut out a bit. You notice I haven't actually used the word TAXI yet, but I think one will have to figure in my Camino tomorrow.
The Compeed helpline (I'm so buying shares in whoever makes them when I get back) recommended 3-4 ...
... off into the heat of the day more than a little bedazzled. It was late, almost 12.30. It was hot, and I was feeling hungover from my 3 glasses of vino Tinto yesterday, now I don't drink so often. It was a truly beautiful walk, through grape vines and what has become the usual, spectacular rolling green hills and country side. I walked 8kms up to Torres del Rio, stopping for a break at Sansol, where I aired my feet in the shade, but the bar was closed. ...
... Leon they came across a very distraught pilgrim. He said he had lost his money, cards and passport and had no money to stay anywhere. He was really distraught. Brian however was cautious and said go to your embassy, he seemed to be German, and didn;t give him any money. When they reached their hostel, there were a lot of very cross young german travellers who had all given him money. They reckoned 300 euro. Anyway, this morning just outside ...
Wow! The San Jaun Baptista albergue (Albergue Parochial in Graņķn) is so neat. It is a bell tower with very narrow stone stairs, many levels. We were given a choice of the attic or main room to sleep... We chose the attic and had the place to ourselves.
There was a mass and then a communal dinner. Each country had to sing a song together.. ...