Hotel Palacio Congresos
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... and decided to stay. He hasn't left yet and eventually took over running it. At some point the hospitalero brought out a box and took from it their "house chick", a baby chicken they had found a few days before... abandoned by its mother. The chick waddled around on the shoulder of the hospitalero, obviously having already formed a bond. At this albergue I met several new characters: An Australian named Phil, and guy from Rochester, and a group of campers - Max, Ally, ...
... physically and you have a chance to think about what is coming whilst the third trimester is a time of great change, both physical and emotional as you are about to embark on a totally new phase of your life. I'll think a lot on both ideas over the next days, I'm sure.
At some point today I PASSED THE HALF WAY POINT. What a great thought that from tomorrow onwards there is more behind me than up ahead.
Arriving at my destination I was ...
... I have seen a bit of and has now finished her Camino,a guy from UK, Italy, and a Dutch woman.
Monday May 18
Not a fun night.... 3.30am got food poisoning and can I tell you climbing up and down from a bunk trying to not disturb people and in a hurry is no fun....what a night.
Felt very ordinary but stumbled off next morning towards Castrojeriz, only 21 kms away and places to stop every 5 klms even though walking on the Meseta (no trees or ...
... but the Hospitalera trusted us, and suggested D obtain a
new Passport when we got to Leon. We agreed.
Then ... we were read the rules of this Albergue, informed about the
unfortuante 'creature' situation (bed bug sightings, and subsequent health
inspections), told about mass time (6:30), invited to a
town Fiesta (8:00), and then shown our beds. D did a Macbeth
check of our mattresses before ...
... that by morning they remain uninfected. With lancing them every night the propensity for this to occur increases somewhat. I am hoping the purchase of some walking sandals may help, otherwise I will just have to put up with it. I know I said I would rattle on no longer about the feet however, and sadly, they remain my main focus at the moment. I still remain disappointed that some of the magic of El Camino is passing me by as struggle to remain focused.