Parador de Argomaniz
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of pain in my feet. Finally those blisters are healing. I’ve been using Vaseline and some nice German hiking socks with padded heels and balls to manage my blisters. We got here early enough to score a private room at the Alberque. We took a nap, then shopped for bread and fruit. We had paella at a cafe on the river. We walked around just a bit, seeing the red cliffs above the city until my feet screamed ...
Well lesson in drinking for me. Went on a tapas and wine bar crawl last night in Logrono with my Spanish friend from Barcelona and a French guy. The only common language was French & Lucretsia and I only a little. Was a hoot of a night and such wonderful food but got back to hostel and wrote my blog, naturally everyone else was asleep. But silly me forgot to save it so here goes again.
Left Villatuerta at 8 am and again had the path to myself. In the morning ...
... bull caught him, and flicked him into the air, and I hoped the horn had ripped his nuts off. Instead, only his pooncey decorated pants had been ripped, and he rolled over on the ground, jumped to his feet, and continued, to the adoration of the cheering crowd. After what seemed an eternity, he speared the barely standing animal once and for all, and the arena roared. Clapping, cheering and a hero interview with the media ensued, whilst in the background, a team of ...
... honest, the only thing I was feeling (apart from stabby foot pain) was intense mortification.
Oh, and muscle ache from holding myself super tense, to stop myself freaking out like a horse approached from behind, and kicking her right in the gob. And from holding up my own legs.
Oh, and major embarrassment due to, mid massage, her dog trying to nose me up the ******.
But as all awkward things, it blessedly came to an end. But as I made to scramble ...
Lots of surprises have happened whilst walking on the Camino. Many would say that this is one of the special things about the Camino.The phrase "the Camino provides" are often heard in response to good fortune. Not being superstitious or religious I think that the Camino is special because of its unique landscapes and culture. Its power is in providing challenge and beauty, solitude and community and enabling people to take time out ...