Albergue El Pajar de Ages

I stayed in this quaint albergue in Ages last night. It was fun to talk to all the different people there. I met Linda from NYC, 3 sisters from Colorado, Rick from Georgia and Michi from Japan. Also at the albergue were pilgrims I had met before, Mark from Colorado, Paulina and her dog Romina from Mexica, and my three Orrison friends- Ellen, Kathy, and Tamara. Unfortunately, Ellen, Tamara, and Kathy were in “overflow” lodging and to be honest, it was VERY rustic. There are pros and cons to the communal sleeping. The big negative is the snoring. I think half the world snores! Below are some pictures from the evening at the albergue.

 

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My waterproof pack
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My bed
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Wet boot storage
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Kitchen
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Eating area
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Checking in other pilgrims
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Drying laundry
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Paella
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Our hosts cooking the meal
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Pumpkin Soup
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Salad
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Paella
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Desert
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Entrance to albergue

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6 thoughts on “Albergue El Pajar de Ages

  1. I imagine snoring is a problem. I can imagine Pilgrims do not want to carry around a CPAP Sleep Machine with variable plug ins and adapters! So maybe ear plugs will do! Good night – Sleep Tight.

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