Biking Camino de Santiago Food Spain

Cheated into Cheetos: Food is fuel

Cheated by Cheetos
Written by Stuart Wickes

Cheated into Cheetos

Stuart Profile SmallFood is fuel and our tanks run dry quickly. Refueling, especially with three kids is essential but not always easy in France or Spain. We always seem to turn up at the wrong time.

The Spanish eat at ten, except for the times we roll up when they have closed early. The one time we got it right we discovered we were in France and different rules were in play.

Tonight in the one bar town of Louhossoa, we got the time right but the bar was too busy to serve us before lights out at the Pension.

So we settled, again, for six packets of Spanish cheesey wotsits.

Yum? Or Yuk? Well, let’s just say we seem to have different views on that.

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Stuart Wickes

Stuart's the adventure addict half of the team, always trying to persuade the family to get out, do more, go further. As co-founder and co-director he handles the business, creative, design, technical and publishing aspects of the project. He is our chief photographer and videographer. With training as a professional learning and development consultant. an engineer and musician, his contribution is eclectic and unpredictable!


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