A shorter day today. We were to stay last night in a room adjacent to a group of blind and partially sighted pilgrims. They may not have been able to see but they sure could talk, laugh, play video games and have conversations on their cel phones two and three at a time. My brilliant walking partner tactfully announced that since we are “ senior ladies” we would be moving next door to another section populated by serious Germans and sulky Frenchmen. We slept like tops!
He was my favourite at the whole albergue except for Gabriel who took charge of all my horribly dirty and sweaty clothes, washed them, dried them and left them outside my room in a basket. I paid of course for this but….
We are still on the Meseta but we took the scenic route that follows the river rather than the one along the highway. It was worth it.
Here is a picture of the courtyard of Santa Clara monastery where we are staying …one room with two beds! No no
more terrific stories and pics. I am still not certain whether my comments have been posted. I have registered, but never get notified of new material. More problems of the bourgeois, eh?
And now trying for a fourth time on this one. Do you see this?
Lovely Isobel,the miserable brings back so many memories.once more Buen Camino x Ellie