Hotel Puerta de Burgos
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... old. These fossils were thought to be earliest humans to cross Africa into Europe- that was until 2007 and 2008 when they found discovered a tooth, mandible and phalanx of much older humans, the Homo antecessor at 800,000-1.2 million years old. These discoveries have changed the knowledge of evolution and migration into Europe from Africa and have particularly exciting for the science nerds. My head was spinning with amazement and wonder looking at ...
... you with people you thought you'd never see again as well...back in St Jean a man started the Camino the same day as us pulling a cart with his backpack and other belongings in it. The last time we saw him he was leaving Pamplona, and today I saw him again. The Camino also presents people who are just generous. As we were walking through the village of Rabe de las Calzados a man handed us each a small trinket with Mary on it as a token ...
... in our own country. Even the food is cheap. Breakfast including an egg and potato omelet, croissant, coffee and hot chocolate costs no more than 4€ whereas we would pay almost $20 for the same thing in Oz. Makes you want to pack up and get the hell out of Dodge. If only I knew Spanish. Viva España Day 21- Burgos to Hornillos del Camino Errin Another really cold day today and we are walking to Hornillos del Camino. We did some more climbing today and ...
... hope for Leon which we hit in about 8-9 days and we have a compulsory rest day because we will be meeting up with Hamish, Hedley's brother in law. Have the option to spend a day here tomorrow as we still have a rest day up our sleeve but may opt to do shorter distances and add an extra day in there.
Ann is struggling with her sore knee still and now has shin splints. Have suggested she buses to tomorrow's stop and ...
... there were fresh flowers on each table, and the bathroom sink was shaped like a heart. We even got to watch a bull run in Pamplona (I'm of the opinion it was a repeat, others think it was live; either way, it was a full run from this festival. We skirted an inactive Burgos airport, and once we hit the suburbs, the traffic started. We took a shade break near a fountain, before abandoning the anti-traffic peregrinos and making our own way into town. ...