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... enough to carry a small child or rappelling ropes. I have a hard time refusing free gear also. Dan changed careers from one in the film industry after an extended brain tumor scafe turned out to be stRess related. All that and two marriages amd divorces later, he's now only thirty and trying to redirect and simplify his life. After four kilometers we arrived at thr town that I'd hoped to get to yesterday. I found the walk yesterday, though flat and ...
Day 23 stats:
Total so far: 518.6km
Started at about 8am and arrived at 4.30pm
What a day! I'm not sure my calculations are right but it seems as if I walked a lot further. The first part of the day, after leaving the truckie stop, was alongside traffic. It is exhausting walking next to cars and trucks.
Today I spoke with a Guatemalan man (Patrick, would you believe) who is ...
... back many centuries to Visigoths, Moors or even Berbers misplaced to this remote region and traditionally muleteers. Almost exactly two-thirds of the Camino completed today - 260kms left to Santiago!
Hilli - so pleased to see Johannna and Mario and have my mummy hug! They are moving onwards and we hope to see them again at some point
Stuart - I love gazpacho
Guy - started in sandals and then changed into boots... tendons under tighter central ...
So here we are, sitting in the shade, sipping a cool agua gaz outside Hostal Juli in San Justo de la Vega at 10:20 a.m. Our shoes are off and we are patiently waiting (15 minutes max) for the owner to clean our room ... typical service for pilgrims on the Camino. (have you ever tried checking into any hotel anywhere else on the planet before noon or even 3pm?) We're both doing remarkably well. This morning we ...
... and cabbage, stewed in the meat broth. Again, portions were generous! Finally came the soup, which is noodles cooked in the leftover broth from cooking the meat. Dessert was flan and sweet bread. And of course the espresso and orujo, a local liqueur common in northern Spain! We staggered out of the Michelin starred restaurant and spent the rest of the afternoon exploring the Episcopal Palace and the Gothic Cathedral. The origins of these historic buildings ...