Parador de Argomaniz
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Los Arcos to Viana It's been a leisurely ten mile walk today through olive groves and vineyards and the weather has changed from damp and wet to sunny and warm. I bumped into Ed and Carol at breakfast in the town square and so the 'three musketeers' are reunited! The walk today is gentle and we plan to stop in Viana - there is no rush. I meet only my second English person on the Camino since I started a week ...
... 9:15 after walking 6.4 miles and ordered cafe con leche. Soon after we got our shoes off, two guys from Denmark sat at a table beside us and we chatted for a while using our common language... English, that is. After a brief rest, we decided to move on to the next village. Other than a steep section as we exited Najera (where we cranked up the volume on Linda's IPhone and used Proud Mary by Ike & Tina Turner for an extra boost), the walk to Azofra was not at ...
To be honest, I wasn't really planning on documenting everything we did and everywhere we went. However one small thing we did want to do was map our route so in years to come when, as Paul Kelly ever so eloquently claims- every bloody city feels the same- we'll remember the big places along with little places we went and the good times had. Unfortunately on this blog it only routes where you ...
... only bench that could be moved and put it in the middle of the field were I wanted to sleep. Then I took the rain cover from my hammock and fastened it to the bench and then using two tent pegs secured the free ends down. I had made a make-shift tent. It took some further tweeking but I got it how I wanted it and slid my stuff under the sheet. My dad seeing my ingenious plan, placed his backpack where he wanted to sleep, then tied his open umbrella to the pack and covered ...
... Warren, Richard, Linda, and Jeanette, a lady from the Netherlands we met on day 1. This was after a couple of beers. We had a great pilgrim's meal of red kidney bean stew, loin meat and chips, and ice cream for dessert. Very sore feet and tired muscles tonight. Time to head up upstairs as it is lights out at 10pm. It is interesting that we enjop people's company but you never know if you will ever see them again due to injuries, time constraints or the speed they ...