Parador de Calahorra
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... it was still quite cold at times meaning we kept our jackets on the whole day. Warren was quite a distance ahead of Pete and I as he prefers a quicker pace. He got into Logrono about an hour ahead of us. Apart from the morning change of colours the rest of the day was pretty unremarkable. - just a hard slog. The albergue is clean and well set up. We followed the recommendation of ...
We came across the border into La Rioja (said Rio-ha) - the newest 'autonomous' province of Spain - only gained it's status post-Franco. I would have been tempted to call today's walk Rutas Horribilus - but most other perigrinos seemed to like the 22 k ramble on paved ...
... it took some time to get everyone where they belonged. We got ourselves a couple of sandwiches and some deliciously ice cold beer and had a picnic in our room while we did our laundry in the launderette! Robert got another beer between wash and dry cycles and promptly fell asleep for a nice long -- well deserved -- nap! Our room is nice and roomy, but it doesn't have a tub (poor Rosemarie!) And, like last night, it has an odd full bed-width ...
... Cars. I think we should try everything to find a non-oil based alternative, but I absolutely LOVE them. Cars, washing machines, wardrobes... I am DYING to get them all back!!! But walking beside them in the heat is unpleasant. One we got to Cizur Menor, it was back to regular hiking. You don't feel threatened or rushed because of the noisy machines beside you, and the majority of the day was passing through quiet wheat fields and olive groves, so it was quite beautiful. It ...
... about the journey, not the destination. This has affected my mood and ability to enjoy what the day brings,as well as my stamina, and is much closer to the spirit of the Camino. I'd heard that it takes 7-10 days to find one's groove on the road...so either I've found mine after only five, or it gets even better from here! And just where was here today? CHANGE OF PACE We had a bit of drama in the middle of the night when some cops thought the open window of our dormitory was the ...