Venta de Etxalar
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Good afternoon! The morning has passed as if in a dream. Last night I felt so good and relaxed after the walk on the waves by the beach, the strong massage and the good dinner that I could not sleep for a long time. I listened to the rain and the waves invading my room through all open windows. I woke up rested by 6 am and continued to lounge half asleep in bed under the rain and waves symphony. I got up to do my stretches, cleaned the room after the arrival vortex ...
... to give her a bottom bunk; so I did. (Some husbands try to kill there wives boating, I guess others try the Camino!) So it was a bunk room with 5 women, 3 men, and the bathroom was in another building! So today, more up and down but a bit easier. Completed 2nd stage into Zibiri at 2:30. (16 miles of mountain hiking but whose counting). The Municipal Alburgue had no ...
... that she can still do the splits. She is going to pray for my tooth. It might help.
Towards the end of the walk today I was struggling and I had to resort to Kendal Mint Cake to revive me. Then Katie Melua on Spotify. Then I realised that the only other people still walking were all young. The middle aged, old and infirm must have stopped at Zubiri (not very nice) or Larrasoana a bit further back. No wonder I was struggling.
It's a small world #2
I bought a ...
... were due to head out to a Catalan restaurant - Rosales 34 - which was fabulous. We just shared a variety of tapas plates which included Iberico ham, Cod fish (cervici style), zucchini flowers stuffed with cod mousse, garlic prawns and patates bravas. We also had dessert - dark chocolate ice-cream for me and Catalan Cream with red fruits (like a Crete brûlée but lighter) for Ian. It was a wonderful dinner. Tomorrow we catch the train to San Sebastián ...
No I actually didn't loose my bathing suit top in the sea, however, one cultural difference that I noticed while traveling to the beaches of San Sebastian, is that it is normal for women and girls not to wear a bathing suit top. This cultural trend has been in completely normalized within the past 15 years. Thus said, it is also totally acceptable to wear a bathing suit top, too!
This week was another crazy one! With Matilda leaving for a 10 day summer ...