Parador de Lerma
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... with a few rest breaks - change of shoes) to Hontanas. Arriving around lunch and checked in to a twin room at a hotel / pension. Pizza for lunch - yay what a nice change. A really warm arvo, so we sat around, had a few beers in the sun with lunch. I then showered, washed clothes and rested, while Clive took the opportunity to chat with ...
... with houses, the odd Alberge etc BUT no Hostal El Camino. After reaching the end of the road and making enquiries at the cafe it turns out the Hostal is part of a camping site at the start of the town. At the cost of 25E for no show I decided to stay in the center of town and got a room at fantastic boutique hotel - Emebed - for 55E. Well worth it. Now waiting for salad for lunch. Will definitely have dinner later assuming somewhere ...
... at 7pm which consists of 3 courses & wine for around €10 which is also very reasonable. The only problem for me is the lack of vegetables. If you were a vegetarian it would be a real problem. Doors get locked and lights go out at 10pm when the aforementioned symphony of snoring begins. Tomorrow, Day 17, I'll pass the halfway point. Hopefully my feet will continue to hold up and my tolerance for snorers will improve. In the meantime, as we say to fellow pilgrims, Buen ...
... regions in the world. 8:00 pm Return to the albergue, collect our laundry and pack as much as possible to save time in the morning. Write my blog entry. 10:00 pm Lights out. Albergue doors are locked. Try to ignore the snorers and get some sleep. So there you have it. I didn't cover the entertaining discussions with other pilgrims from around the world which happen throughout the day. That's it for now. It's 2pm and I should be taking my ...
What a walk about 26 kms. Met 3 german men retired, left wives at home. One guy son did a law degree in wellington, went down to chch 2011 during the earthquake. His friends, 1 soft spoken quiet, the other looked like he sucking on a lemon. I told andy he didnt get it but eventually laughed the walk was great stopped at a few bars, i have found how to ask for a shandy. No public toilets so a little pit stop and a shake shake shake. Got to be fast. I sat on a prickle. Its a highway ...