La Casa Verde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Microwave in room
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... advertising a 10 euro hostel with small rooms. We took the leaflet and set about finding it. Minutes later we were approached by a man with an armful of the same leaflets saying that hostel was now full but he could find us very good accommodation for 15 euros and to go with him. Det. Chief Inspector Hudson immediately sensed a scam and when I looked at the faces of my fellow pilgrims the expressions ranged from slight terror to 'I really need the loo!' . But ...
... and met a new fellow who was on his 2nd day but suffering already. As the very experienced pilgrams we are, we tried to offer as much support to him as possible. We arrived in Santo Domingo around 1:30 and checked into the same Parador John and Joyce stayed at. Lovely room and great artifacts to look at. Of course we headed over to the church to see the museum and found the chickens. There is a great myth/miracle about this ...
... bull caught him, and flicked him into the air, and I hoped the horn had ripped his nuts off. Instead, only his pooncey decorated pants had been ripped, and he rolled over on the ground, jumped to his feet, and continued, to the adoration of the cheering crowd. After what seemed an eternity, he speared the barely standing animal once and for all, and the arena roared. Clapping, cheering and a hero interview with the media ensued, whilst in the background, a team of ...
Although I hadn't intended to, I have continued to have my backpack shipped ahead to the next albergue. I felt some spiritual significance in carrying the burden, but I decided that it could be a factor in possibly being unable to complete the Camino in a reasonable amount of time. I wrestled some items away from Tim to put in my pack to make his load a bit lighter. Mike and I are having some issues with blisters. We've ...
... today in 32 C/89 F degree heat only logging about 25 kilometers. A tough day! Renee is exhausted and fast asleep. I am tired of typing on my phone's miniature keypad and am growing concerned that we must cover more ground in the days ahead to stay on schedule. Can't walk much faster with my new blisters and Renee's aching knee. Renee seems to want to lay up here for a rest day. I am inclined to slog along if it won't exacerbate our existing issues. Decisions to ...