Hotel Torre Sant Joan
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... at the extra blanket! As a true luxury, perhaps I will take a second shower...because I can. This morning I walked slowly and was passed as usual by many pilgrims. Some have big bags, most have ones my size, and many have just a small daypack, big enough for water and clothes, a clear sign that they are sending their packs by taxi. I thought about why it was so important for me to be carrying my pack, especially as my shoulders have been filled with knots ...
... a hill much like the Italian villages in Tuscany so we had a view of it well before we got here.
My walk was comfortable today but my heart goes out to the people who are hobbling and clearly in pain. One German lady has just presented herself at the posada (I was actually told by the Irish last night to keep an eye out for her) and she has possibly the worst blisters I have seen to date. It is Sunday but Manuel ...
I woke up this morning a little stressed about the amount of distance I needed to cover to make up for yesterday's 10km deficit. I started out at about 8, without breakfast, mostly because I would have to backtrack in town to find it and I didn't feel like doing that. I had a little snack of almonds, chocolate, and an orange (thanks Jens!) at San Bol, a nice spot with an albergue (that was closed) and a magical fountain/pool that ...
... around Burgos, going to a few bars... but the scene was underwhelming. Eventually we found ourselves in a familiar situation, sitting in a bar with Marcus' Brazilian music blasting from his phone, probably annoying everyone in the bar. Heh. No worries. My favorite bar we found was similar to something you might find in the states, a bit of a pub... but one that is geared towards music, mostly from the 60s 70s, rock'n'roll, but good live and b-side stuff. Ultimately the beer there ...
... is in an old monastery and then out along miles of fields with storks grazing in the fields along the way (do they graze?) and as with most days, a cuckoo in the woods. There seemed to be far fewer people, maybe because Burgos is an end point for many, but I recognised most of those I saw, which was really nice. The young group appeared, as did Brendan and Andrew, with news of Mary just up ahead. I heard from Tot, who is quite a way back with very sore feet, and from Thara who is ...