Gayoso, Spain.

Gayoso1-Spain

“Do you often sit here watching the pilgrims? Do you talk to them?
Gayoso: “Eh?”
“I said, ‘Do you usually…?'”
Gayoso: “WHAT?”
“DO…YOU…USUALLY…SIT…HERE?” (I shout and sign with my hands.)
Gayoso: “Yes, yes. I do.”
“Ah.”
Gayoso: ” My hearing… ”
“Yes…”
Gayoso: My hearing isn’t good anymore.”
“I’m sorry.”
Gayoso: “It’s because I’m very old.”
“Really? How old?”
Gayoso: “I don’t know.”
“You don’t… know?”
Gayoso: “I don’t. know. Ninety-two, probably. Or ninety- three. I really don’t know.”

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Gayoso,
Pontecampaña, Spain. French Way.

 

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“¿Sueles sentarte a mirar a los peregrinos que pasan? ¿Hablas con ellos?”
Gayoso:”¿Eh?
“Que si te sueles sentar a mir…”
Gayoso: “¿QUÉ?”
“SUELES…SENTARTE…A…MIRAR…COMO…PASAN…LOS…PEREGRINOS.” (Levanto la voz y hago señas.)
Gayoso: “Sí, sí. Sí que lo hago.”
“Ah…”
Gayoso: “Mi oido…”
“Sí…”
Gayoso: “Mi oido no es bueno.”
“Vaya.”
Gayoso: “Es que soy muy viejo.”
“¿En serio? ¿Cuántos años tienes.?
Gayoso:”No lo sé.”
“¿No lo… sabes?
Gayoso: “No. Muchos. Noventa y dos, o noventa y tres, supongo. No estoy seguro.”

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Gayoso,
Pontecampaña, España. Camino Francés.

 

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