Posada de la Casa del Abad de Ampudia
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... him that for some reason) is a high school teacher and we talked at length about the difference between high school/college teaching and the political climate in Alaska. Apparently Sarah Palin ****** the latter up - big surprise. These bicyclers were different than any others I have met up until this point because they were biking each day at the pace of the walking pilgrims. Usually bikers take between one and two weeks to finish the camino but these guys were on the 30 ...
I was awoken this morning promptly at 6am by a two-pronged attack: First, LOUD chanty monk music, similar to what I have experienced at a few other places along the way. Second, a guy with a ******* flashlight, moving around the room shining the light in everyone's eyes. "Levantate" (sp?) I remember from Spanish class that means GET UP. ok, ok dude. We got it. The sun was not yet up, or else the sky was just that dark. It was pouring outside. Someone said "it's raining", ...
... are in bed by 10.30 latest.
Tuesday May 19
It was freezing, the wind chill factor was extreme and we had to walk 26 klms. Thankfully, a thoughtful friend had given me his gloves when I was cold another time and let me keep them which is lucky as I don't think I would have parted with them lightly as I wear them heaps.
Walked with friends and stopped at a great albergue En El Camino for lunch with beautiful garden and had jambon & ...
jamon (bacon) over hot coals, and women were putting the cooked meat into
buns and handing them out. Simple. Delicious. Smoky.
I saw a woman preparing two trays of
cookies and I grabbed one to walk it around. At first I think she thought
I was a rude, greedy perrigrina ... but then when she saw me walking
around serving people, she was happy. Maybe half an hour later it was
time for ...
... We find very little of either right now until we are on top of our destination. The arm she fell on the week before we left has improved immensely, but still aches and bothers her when using her walking sticks. She alternates between walking with both then walking with both in her left hand to rest her right arm.
A canal stretched along the final two mile walk into Fromísta. As we approached ...