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  • Sparrow in Texas
    Just a thought, life is not always pretty. We try to graciously accept both the good and bad and make the best of it. One morning a few years ago while leaving Leon through a rather unattractive area with a lot of traffic, I stopped at a bar for...
  • Sparrow in Texas
    re jenny@zen I left Seville on April 1st in 2011. Spring marched northwards at 25 km a day and so did I, so I was in early Spring for about 4 weeks. What a time I had. Be brave. Life is joyous. Buen Camino. Alan
  • Sparrow in Texas
    Aah, it’s a sweet question. And one asked fairly often. The search facility will take you to all sorts of answers. My answer, as ever, is that the very best Albergue on any Camino at any time is the one where I lay my weary, grateful, body down...
  • Sparrow in Texas
    September 21, 2021, a week or so after I injured my left ankle, I was still (stupidly) trying to walk as much as possible and to stick to my planned itinerary. I set off from Astorga that fine morning wearing compression wrap on my foot and...
  • Sparrow in Texas
    Currently serving as a hospi in Canfranc Puebla—this area is magical!!! 🙏🏽
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    Sparrow in Texas reacted to Flog's post in the thread A Truly Happy Story with Like Like.
    Yes, it was very good last week too!
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    Sparrow in Texas replied to the thread A Truly Happy Story.
    Yes, I did have a reservation in Ruesta, I called two days ahead.
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    Sparrow in Texas reacted to VNwalking's post in the thread A Truly Happy Story with Like Like.
    It's so heartwarming to read stories like this. I wonder. Do people like Angel (or Casimiro on the Invierno and Amancio in Castrojerez) have any idea how they have affected all of us who've been fortunate to meet them?
  • Sparrow in Texas
    During September/October my partner and I walked the Aragones. Unfortunately due to his previous back injury we had to take a taxi for parts, which turned out to bring a blessing. Two years ago I walked the Aragones and stayed one night in the...
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    Sparrow in Texas reacted to Marc S.'s post in the thread Senda Pet Peeve with Like Like.
    I have experienced this, though it is not really an irritation for me, and to label this as rude behaviour seems a bit overdone. My solution: give a friendly smile, say 'hola' (which is understandable in all languages I guess) and the other...
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