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... rose but unfortunately it was going to be both a very cloudy and misty day. Visibility was about 100 metres for most of the day which meant we didn't really get to enjoy any views and we needed our waterproofs on to protect our gear from any moisture in the air. A couple of hours into the walk we were already feeling fatigued despite the trail being one of the easiest we have been on. I think we both were mentally quite drained at the thought of another long day which ...
... the glass. It was perfect. Twenty kilometers done, twelve more to Najera, slowly, slowly. I caught up to Juan, whose hobbled silhouette is easy to spot from a distance. This is his second attempt at completing his Camino to Santiago after the first was cut short by injury. Joan Armatrading and The Beatles serenaded me into town and I passed several graffitied walls full ...
... some rehydration tablets and an extra big breakfast, I was ready to go. Early this morning I watched locals in a fishing competition just out of Logrono and I got to see some beautiful squirrels scampering up and down trees.
The countryside today mainly consisted of vineyards but these still had their fruit on them. I have now walked from the province of Navarra into ...
... between the lines in our earlier blog) but about making sure we aren't leaving any valuables behind, like our purses. Lise and I both had to backtrack yesterday because we absent-mindedly left without our purses, of all things! Lise left hers at the Cafe where we had our morning snack and mine stayed on a bench where I sat to take my boots off for a while. We have realized that each and every item we brought with us (about 100 items in each of our packs) is precious and we ...
... of Jimmy Page on LedZepIV.
Eggs and bacon at Ventosa with Tadhg & Anna who are respectively a livestock farmer and an artist. The Aussies walk in a bit later to cries of "good afternoon/ where have you been guys?!"
We reach the next destination Najera by lunchtime, meet up with Julia who has already scouted the Hostel Hispano for tonight. It is a very adequate hostel, and after a drink by the river, a wash and rest, we spend the afternoon by/in the public pool as ...