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... kept to ourselves because people are in there own little groups. We only have about 75 k's to go and we'll be reaching Santiago on Friday. After a couple of days there we'll head to Barcelona for six days for a bit of sun and sand and some shopping. I'm actually looking forward to having that time in Barcelona, especially as we'll be close to the beach. Should be nice and relaxing after so many weeks using only our legs for transport. Viva Las Vegas ...
... have here that cuts the oranges in half and then squeezes the juice out. Nothing, nothing beats real fruit juice that hasn't been processed to death. He doesn't charge us for that, the hostess doesn't charge us for another hot chocolate and coffee and they even take our clothes and wash them for us. It's experiences like these that will always stay with me and coming across Spanish people like our hosts here will endear them to me forever. Viva España E&E ...
... and that fired us up to complete the last 7 kms.
Just near our albergue, we came across Amanda and Juan, she's Cuban and he's Spanish and we've seen them numerous times over the last month. They came into the cafe and had lunch and we had a drink with them and caught up with what they had been doing. They will get into Santiago a day or two earlier than us but we plan to catch up in Barcelona as well as they have a week there before flying home to the US.
... and a short rest we went up for a beer. Great log fire at the bar which gave me a chance to catch up on writing. By this time, Warren and our Canadian friend, Francis, has volunteered to cook for a dozen people in the albergue. On the menu: spaghetti and omelette. When we got back to the albergue, we wandered into the kitchen to offer support and found the place alive with people and a fellow playing a guitar while Warren and a couple of other people were cooking. What a ...
Since my last detailed post I have crossed two mountain ranges - at 1505 (the highest of the trip) and 1330 metres (the other high point being passing over the Pyrenees at 1450m on day 17 or day 2 out of St John Pied De Port). I have been sooooo lucky that on all three occasions I have had lovely clear if not stunning weather. Perhaps the most memorable of these three some of you may have already seen on Facebook, was on the 11th of November coming over the Irago pass (1550m) ...
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