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Day 33: Astoria to Rabanal del Camino

Part two Despite a dismal wet beginning to the day, by the time I left my lodgings the rain had almost gone and weak sunshine was beginning to break through, looking behind reminded me of the poem The Highwayman, which … Continue reading

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Day 33 Rabanel del Camino. Part one, an update.

First of all thank you Jaymi and Charlie for sorting my blog out so that I can update the missing photographs, and here we go. El Burgo Ranero And another pilgrimage cut short….. And another… I just love the ‘wine … Continue reading

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Day 31 Villadangos del Paramo to Astoria

It was strange to be leaving Leon and come across Bernard sitting in the square reading. He’s obviously been photographed many times by the look of the shiny seat next to him. I guess he’s never lonely …. So here … Continue reading

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Day 27: Moratinos to Sahagun

Part one A very short day for me today as there was a bit of a mix-up with my forward booking. But if the truth be known, my body really is extremely weary so a short walk was probably be … Continue reading

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Day 25: Carrión los Condes to Calzadilla de la Cueza

First here is something for your imagination. I am staying at a little hostel run by a couple of very kind, sweet, people; the walls show their own framed Compostelas. Their pilgrim passports are also framed, but the stamps are … Continue reading

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Still Day 20 Rest day in Burgos

No where was I before I pressed the wrong button.? Just listening to the heavenly voices of the young of Pennsylvania, who were here to perform for the people of Spain, choirs, jazz band, orchestra, big band, string orchestra, all … Continue reading

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Days 18 and 19, Villafranca Montes De Oca to Burgos

I want it to be that the known that the reason no blog was published last night, has nothing whatsoever to do with the fact that the little hostel where were staying were staging a birthday party and that the … Continue reading

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