La Casa Verde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... he is still kicking. Th local copper, just about to start his dinner said ' come off the grass he is no more alive than this ere roast chicken'. You guessed it, at that point the chicken apparently just jumped up and did a bit of a jig between the cutlery. So in the end, happy ending, kid got cut down and survived, family continued on their way and i supposing that the spoilt young girl went on to inherit a hotel chain and live off dad's wealth and party all the time (ok i made that ...
... of about a dozen rooms. We returned to the same cafe for dinner and enjoyed the finest meal of our trip thus far. (This is Jessie. Skip to the next paragraph if detailed food descriptions bore you. Indeed, this was our finest meal. Apparently a one woman show, cooking from a very compact kitchen, produced a meal savor end by locals and pilgrims alike. Our first course was a beautiful salad with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and course ...
Solid sleep up and out by 6:30. 20 steps to brekky and coffee today then Hi Hooooooo! 6km to the first town for a 2nd coffee and today we crossed the 200km down mark so we're 25% down the road to Santiago.
Up past the cathedral and through town as normal in the early morning light looked so like the Pilbara, but that soon gave way to the smell of sheep and sheep poo and as we passed a shed the lambs were baaing and the ...
... way to the Party way with rubbish and talk of 'weed' availability far more prevalent. That being said there are still wonderful groups of people that one meets, and in not walking a full etape (or stage) I am aware of losing those brief and often wonderful connections. It seems the way is as much about letting go as finding! I am also constantly surprised by the generosity of people - one of the Irish guys I met in ...
... Its so peaceful here and the weather is so nice. There are a couple of tapa streets and I actually stopped for my first tapa of this entire trip. It was awesome. 2.80 Euro for a glass of white wine and a small ham toasted sandwich. I thought that was cheap. For the rest of the day, I got drunk by myself on the local wine. I'm nearly 80kg according to the scale here...OMG...thats the heaviest I've ever been. Got to do something about that.