AC Hotel Zamora by Marriott
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... an extension of the Meseta of
Spain and less heavily forested than the hills country I was in over the
previous day and a half in the province. The area around Miranda is said to
have a regional language still in use in some of the smaller villages that’s
closer to old Iberian Latin than Portuguese or Spanish, which probably explains
why some signs in the area are in a weird second language.
... and we had packed by having the lights of both shower/toilet blocks on. So seated in the ladies shower block, with a chair hosting Hedleys butt and mine hosted by the loo, we got the job done - but if anyone had walked in some crazy questions may have been asked. Good morning giggle.
Hi ho down the road and soon on the dirt road traipsing through yet more farmland. Yet the path is clearly marked despite construction works. We soon feel trees around us and ...
... looking after their feet!
Hi ho only 6.7km more to tonight's digs. Only about a 22/24km day or something like that. Just gravel, gravel and more gravel alongside the new motorway with a few drops of rain - enough to get us wet - and we eventually cross under the motorway and there is some piece of machinery working - not a loader, grader or digger but a cross between those anyway - working right where we walk - that's ok no stop/go men - simply ...
... The girls has a solid orange sink - love it! Brekky is included and he shows us where everything is for the morning. The sun is out today - better than the forecast rain - I'm moaning my feet are sore and buddy says the same so the road must have been hard today. So showers and we both snooze for a while and then head for another bar/restaurant which will have to do for dinner but in normal Spanish style doesn't start until 8! Menu looks good anyway!
Ahhh the life of a ...
Bounced out of bed at 5 and packed and warm breakfast to start the day. No one else showed at the Albergue for the night so we could make all the noise and turn on the lights this morning. With a hot plate we could boil water for tea and we could heat the mini toasts for brekky. Started our walk with warm bellies which was great on 3.3 degree start. Nutters!
Out the door by 6:05 down easy rural farmland roads for the day. Well marked and no geographical challenges ...