It was better, much better than the day before. Not having anything to eat or drink until 11 am did not help but, boy did that spinach tortilla taste good when I finally got it. I was lucky to get a bed at one of the biggest albergues in Plampona and have decided to stay an extra day. I feel there is a lot to see here plus I want to get my telephone situation worked out. Had dinner with my Irish friends
I think it is a good idea not to rush…plus it looks very pretty where you are! Rooting’ for you!
More beautiful pics – and great little vignettes. Glad that you have met up with the Irish, they are good souls.
And what an adventure. We had a young music director from Basque Country at the UU/Montreal for almost two years. She brought different instruments with visiting friends – including one that sounded like pipes.
So much to see, eh? And a memorable journey in more ways than one.