El Caserio de Fatas
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... I explored the city centre and its delightful old buildings. The only down side was that there was a nasty cold wind blowing so it was lovely if you could find somewhere sheltered but awful if you couldn't.
From Burgos I moved on to stay in a couple of rural sites, the first situated just outside the village of Mendigorria not far from Pamplona and the next at Castillo de Loarre in the foothills of the Pyreneese. During this time Treacle has been ill and so I ...
... over the rubble of what was a street we can hear a tv. In all of this broken down old village there is still one house being used. It's rubble all around it, but clearly someone lives there. There is a sign on the road saying 'Esco' so looked it up........was abandoned in the 60's when the reservoir was put in obviously someone wasn't moving!
While up at the ruins we saw distinct yellow painted arrows and we went 'Camino?' Sure is. Starts not far from here ...
... Mind you, always so hungry at the end of a walk that they could serve me up anything and I would enjoy it! The soups are wonderful!!
Today, left early as we (Meredith and Susy, from California and I) left the Albergue early as we had a steep climb to reach the Alto del Perdon. The climb was hard but the view back to the village was lovely. I have discovered that I really prefer to walk alone as it gives me what I embarked on this in the ...
... if you are then walking on the flat. It s only an overnight rest that has them ready to go again.
You will see the photo of Galar and this is the exact spot where Charlemagne defeated the Muslim army of Aigolando (Moorish King) in the 8th century. He then moved his army on to Puente la Reina where he too rested. I just stood still for 5 minutes and tried to imagine it happening.
Then up to the Pilgrim's memorial at 790 metres. This is the Hill of forgiveness ...
... each other up to make the walls are a wonder.
Valdevere: a tiny village where we ended up one night after we walked cross country to a megalith site, which was a large circle of about 100 oval boulders upright and placed on the side of a hill overlooking a valley. A site where the sunrays and moonlight would convene as would people wanting to bless, gather, celebrate and meet up throughout their nomadic lives. No-one really knows for ...