Tuesday, September 29, 2009

tuesday september 29

I will try to make this quick. i am on someone elses nickel. Dinner in Belorado was a blast. gerry rounded up 12 or so of us for dinner and one of the Italian gals cooked. Pasta with eggplant and tomatoes, bread, a great israeli salad and beer and wine for the grand total of 3 euros each. There were six canadians at the table, and believe it or not three had graduated from Bishop's University. there were two gals from ottawa. one a musician, and the other a recent Oxford graduate. gerry and me, a really nice young man from montreal, and a devout separist from Quebec, working for the federal government(please, you are in or you are out) Although i suppose that he is probably much more representative of canadians in general.. we want to have our cake and eat it. A great time was had by all.

We left at the crack of dawn as usual, and did not get lost this time. the night sky was amazing. there was no light pollution and the stars were so bright you felt you could have reached skyward and touched them.

Big day of walking, but we are in Ages now. tomorrow we will reach burgos. if i am quick I will be able to get this in for free. Until tomorrow.

Buen Camino

1 comment:

  1. Isn't it amazing the people you meet when you are away and they actually don't live that far away from your home. You 2 are brave to travel the way you do. Getting lost in a foreign country and encountering the possibility of bed bugs, not my kind of adventure. I'd rather run a half marathon as I did on Sunday beating Mayor of Toronto by quite a long shot. We enjoy reading of your adventures