Palacio de Cutre
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- Free parking
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... around and find a parking lot and carry our bags into the town. We booked an apartment again and decided to stay in the centre of town, so we had to lug our bags about 500m or so. It was a bit of an ordeal to say the least, but we made it in one-piece, huffing and puffing. We check in and dump all our things and get comfortable. I have stomach pain so, John, Jenny and Aaron head out to the supermarket and grab the next 3 days worth of grocery supplies now that we have a ...
... curlers came down and gladly checked us in early.
The rest of the day was spent napping, eating and local sightseeing. Mom finally found the perfect shoes, the exact pair she wears at home, and it instantly made a difference. I hadn't mentioned it here in a while, but her feet were still hurting pretty bad. I bought some new sandals as mine had pretty much worn through to the ground, and we walked the boardwalk along ...
... of house #7. She opened early for us.
Pros: this hostel was cheap, like 4 euros, and had a kitchen. Cons: the walls were covered with mold, you could see the evidence of years of pilgrims passing through imprinted as a dark shadow on the mattresses, the water was not drinkable, the first person to shower used up all the hot water in the first 30 seconds, and If there was a contest for who holds the most flies per square ...
... and had a great view of the ocean, and a relaxing flowered backyard to hang out in.Turns out a food truck made a nightly stop, and food could be ordered, we opted to stick with our sandwhich plan and ordered a few bottles of wine.
Me and Abby found an old church across the street that served as our recording studio. With Ryan as our film director we recorded ...
... I think the relaxing atmosphere, some beach time and wine did us some good because we actually stayed and socialized for a while, something I usually didn't have the energy to do by the end of the day! We also happened to be staying with people who all spoke English, usually it was quite the mix of languages with varying degrees of Spanish competency in common. So it was nice, we shared wine and swapped Camino stories.