Palacio de Pujadas
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... The beautiful Iglesias de Santo Sepulcro was sadly locked, a striking octagonal church linked to the Knights Templar. The next 11 km or so were pretty much through open fields interspersed with olives, almonds and vines. Found a little spot at the bottom of a hill in amongst olive trees to eat our meagre snack. Stuart harvested several handfuls of blackberries as an addition to our ...
And the lame thing is, I've been incredibly lucky in my flats (generally), compared to most people. There are young adults up and down the country living in ******* hovels.
I mean, at least my ceiling never collapsed from damp and I had a snake living in my walls, Chamber of Secrets style (Riz - whyyy did this happen to you. The horror of this story haunts me).
For the most part, my houses / flats have been comparatively bloody palatial to ...
... Italian didn't speak any English and the English speakers didn't speak much Spanish, but it still was a nice interaction and was a positive encounter. I used the I translate App on my IPhone to augment my conversation with the Spanish lady who sat with me at dinner. She worked in a candy factory in Palencia, a city of 60,000 population in the Castilla y Leon region of Spain. The pilgrim dinner was 14€ for two. Walked today: 6.6 mi. Walked 2014: 102.7 mi. Walked total: 149.9 ...
Praying along the path.... I dedicated the day to our dear Nametita... To celebrate her birthday and appreciate so much love and growth we have shared as friends and teachers to each other. The voice inside said take it slow and easy and arrive early to Logroño and keep the feet up for a good part of the day. It was another morning that the shoe didn't fit so I knew I needed to respect my dear feet.... It was a lovely ...
... to Logrono, which would be the closest place for us to stay. The girls decided to continue on.
We checked into the municipal albergue Andres Munoz for 6 euros and it is great. We have 12 beds in our room, several people we know. Eating lunch out, then we will cook dinner... Great stocked kitchen.
Viana is a very cute town. As you enter it is a little seedy, but then you get to the square and it becomes this very ...