Hotel Rural Suquin
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... and I walk all day together and it was lovely. For me it was like walking with Flo or Bea (she was 20 yesterday). She had to put up with walking with a version of her dad but seemed content. She's a P, not a W. Family has a large estate in Tipperary. She's reading Art at university as it's the only thing she can do but in year 1 her lecturers said her ideas are awful. So she's taken a gap year & is walking to work out what to do with ...
... only time I looked at it was to shout at it. A lot of very unpilgrimy language echoed around the mountains. Anyway, got to an albergue, met the usual gang, most of whom had had a similar experience. Huge piles of drenched clothing and a owner who won't turn the heating on. ...which I why I legged it to this bar. I'm getting so hot my plastic fleece thing is about to weld itself to me. Tomorrow Crash has given me an easier day - hopefully not as memorable! Love to all. ...
... packed. I found a room with a door and slept with Angelique, the French air hostess. I kept the door open in case anyone (or me) had any unpilgrimy thoughts. PS. Flo, I love your sleeping bag and the sick coloured travel towel - don't know what I'd do without them. I walked off with someone's clean pants which was faintly embarrassing as they belonged to a German girl. Nick, 'skympies' are the way to go here - less washing! BTW, there's a difference between Walkers ...
... hostess, separated but now a semi professional walker (but with a strong distrust of the Olympians). Interestingly she started walking (did 1,200km from Le Puy en Velay earlier) following the horrible German Wings crash. Very affected by this but sensible and fun. Holly is a student studying Art in Tipperary, Ireland. Her unpronounceable friend met her for the first time 3 days ago and said she'd walk with her. No one will say where they are staying the next night, ...
As I'd walked further yesterday than I was meant to I only had 10-12 km to walk to Cornellana. So I had thought I'd take in the sites of Grado before I left. But as I'd taken in all the sites of Grado last night (took nearly 15 mins) I stayed in bed this morning and didn't leave until nearly 11am. This was necessary partly because someone seemed to have omitted to fit the windows with glass and so spent the night counting the passing lorries on the main ...