AC Hotel Ponferrada by Marriott
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... she's called Betsy and the downside of racing ahead is that she now has shin splints. Actually lots of the young are sporting knee supports or those brightly coloured shin and tendon dressings. Someone is telling them to slow the pace down.
Veronique quietly asked if she could make me a proposal. She produced a sketch book and wanted to draw me. Her method is that you have to look into her eyes whilst she does it, and she looks into yours and never at ...
Day 24 Villa de Mazariffe - Villarrs de Orbigo Love every morning re packing my pack, picking up my poles ( have been known a few times to walk off without them and hurriedly return for them) and heading off in the morning light, sadly never earlier than 7.30 as I always fluff around...to a new day of not knowing how it will pan out and what will be seen and where one will stay. I have been constantly amazed especially in the past few days at the magnificent scenery. ...
... in the 14th century and then was enlarged during the 16th century. One of the most unique features was a steep secret tunnel built down below the river that flowed on one side of the castle so they would always have fresh water, even when under a long siege. We did not partake of a Knights dinner tonight. Apples, chips, and granola bars for us. Too pooped to be hungry, besides, we spoiled dinner with an ice cream between the optical shop and the castle.
Today's blog goes in English.....
Although every day is important, significant and kind of magical along the Camino, today was a special one, emotionally and visually. Here's why;
As usual I started my day having breakfast with unknowns, this time a Canadian couple. While I was having breakfast they had already been on the road for an hour and a half. :) They were under no time constraints, they have taken 2 1/2 months off their regular ...
... there if you needed it. It seemed to be run by two, quite buff young men who inexplicably had made a life in a dilapidated and remote Spanish village - what a wonderful respite from the dreary weather outside it was.
The day just got better from then on. We laid our stones under the famous cross a La Cruz de Fierra where pilgrims traditionally place a stone carried from home to symbolise unburdening of themselves. We walked along up heather lined trails that carried us up ...