Parador de Calahorra
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... there, we both considered that Torres del Rio at a further 9km and just under 2 hours was more than achievable. On arriving in Torres del Rio I was suffering from pain in my left lower shin - but nothing that anti inflammatory inside and out along with red wine couldn't address. This morning I was aware of it but figured I'd walk it out...10kms down the track in Viana I realised that 'walking it out' wasn't working. So I ...
... biggest butter serving ever!! The cost of the meal was 20 Euros per person for the food which gave us 4 half portions of the appetisers, 1 main each and 1 dessert between the two of us. I would have loved to go back again tonight but they close on Sunday evenings.
We finished dinner around 1045pm and I love how people are still strolling in for dinner at that time. Just on a different time scale. Lots of oldies too in the city, strolling home ...
... definitely would not like to be in the street (or own a shop in the street) when those bulls come charging!!! We got another jam bull pastry for breakfast, along with a divine chocolate croissant and a coffee, and sat in the main plaza like hobos as we ate. Then a real hobo came along and we realised that no matter how gross the showers are in the Albergues, they're still hot water showers. We bumped into a Spanish/American couple on the way out of Pamplona, and they looked ...
What's that old song-head, shoulders, knees and toes (knees and toes) Knees and toes are the subjects of conversation on the camino, once you determine what language you might converse in.. I'm still so happy to have my Spanish BFF Angelina, though we're no longer a foursome; Mercedes went home to Barcelona. It is fun to see the same people every day. We are ...
... you carry the bottle in your hands, and if you pack it you then need to stop each time you want a drink.
> > I changed just before the Coast to Coast to a camel pack. They carry about 2 litres and have a plastic hose which pops out of the rucksack so one can drink whenever necessary. I drink quite regularly, but the 2 litres tend to survive 20kms without problem as the amount drunk is less and for some odd reason more refreshing. An added bonus is that ...