Monthly Archives: May 2011

Day Forty One

Despite the bunk beds squeaking I managed a good nights sleep. I’m up just before six and out by half past. Todays walking is broken up by several small villages along the route. The ground is damp from last nights … Continue reading

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Day Forty

I slept ok besides the fact the bunk beds were so close together I felt like I was sleeping next to a burly Spanish guy who snored. At one point in the early hours I’d turned over and he was … Continue reading

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Day Thirty Nine

Last night was a really good experience. The tapas bars were so busy. The food was good and the local Rioja was even better. Our night was cut short by the fact our albergue (hostel) closed it’s doors at 10pm. … Continue reading

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Day Thirty Eight

Well last night four of us (myself, Gus, Pepa, Lordes) made a huge salad and pasta with tomato & tuna with fresh bread with tomato and olive oil. There was too much for the four of us, but we did … Continue reading

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Day Thirty Seven

Bed bugs….. Ahhhh crap! The first hostel that hands out disposable pillow cases and sheets and I’ve got a line of bites across my left butt cheek. What is it with my left hand side, swollen foot, mosquito bite and … Continue reading

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Day Thirty Six

(Yesterday) The early risers are at it again… It’s so annoying! The guy on the bunk above me wakes me at just after 4am by clambering around for the toilet and then climbing back up. Others begin to rustle and … Continue reading

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www.thewaytosantiago.co.uk

Just want to check if my twitter and Facebook publicise features are working…! Raised over £4000.00 for UNICEF…so far!

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