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... along the way. Marion said a lovely thing:
Giorraíonn beirt bóthar
Two shorten the road
Apparently this comes from an Irish story of a wise man who had two sons and a daughter. He asked the sons to shorten the road from their village to the next, and try as they might using practical means, the boys could not do it. When it came to his daughter's turn, she simply walked there with her father and talked to him on the ...
... for almost the entire walk and about two hours out I met up with Yolanta from Canada and we shared company for the last 12 or so kms.The town looked quite quaint and lively although for one of the very few times accommodation was scarce. The first two Albergues were full as were all the hotels and hostels, except for one. When I inquired I was informed there was one room left and it was $55 Euro (about $75). Those who know me well know that I am the opposite of ...
... lunch in the bar. We won't do wash today as it is very cloudy, threatening rain and probably not hot and dry enough to get clothes dry. We'll use our spares for tomorrow and do wash at our next stop. The walk today was near our self-imposed limit of 12 miles, but we're feeling good and because today went well, we're not as apprehensive about our 12 mile plus walk planned for tomorrow. We had the pilgrims dinner tonight in ...
... of marijuana in the air! Had a swim and then moved on to playa de las comptes which we didn't like as much. After a road stop for a bocadillo which turned out to be more like a burger we went to cala de vedella which was nice but more of a family crowd. The ride there was spectacular - reminded us of Beverley hills.
Then back for another dinner on the terrace. Can't get enough of this ibiza lifestyle!
Nicky's injury is much improved and life is ...
... a big deal.
Prinks are heavy today so we can try avoid forking out 93 euros per heineken. As we stroll around getting the layout suss, checking where the fire emergencies and muster points are, all the basics of pre party planning, I happen to try befriend a disabled man, I congratulate him on his dancing. I soon worry that I may have come across as condescending, but I was genuinely happy to see him there, loving life. I just had troubles expressing this point ...