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... stewardess and a truck driver) to do their Camino. Kudos to them!
I was blessed with yet another beautiful sunrise, which I share some pictures, although it does not come close....I know ;(
Hortensia (my bike) was packed and ready to go. I was eager to get to my first stop, La Cruz de Ferro. At almost five thousand feet in altitude it's a notorious place for pilgrims to stop and reconnect with their journeys purpose. You're supposed to ...
Foncebadon to Ponferrada - 28.2 kms Not the best nights sleep. The wood fire ended up making the room pretty smoky and a couple of snorers down the end didn't help. Everyone in the dorm seemed to get up early, so we were gone by just before 7 - only to fine the shop up the road served eggs for breakfast. So... We had to stop there and enjoy eggs while we could. 7.30 and on the road.... The final assault up the hill and what a beautiful walk it was. ...
... their dad. He showed me the dog tags they had made especially and I just cried! Spontaneous full on tears! I couldn't even speak or reposed to what he'd shown me. He looked at me and he knew, nothing needed to be said in words. Anyway, I picked myself up and continued on into Villafranca where I saw Annie, their mum. I introduced myself to her and we chatted for about 20 minutes. Then I pushed on to find the hotel because I was ...
... shady tracks and moss covered trees. Something we don't see in Oz. We passed through a couple of two house villages and we were getting worried that Samos would be the same but when we came over the rise, we were treated with the sight of a massive monastery. This thing was huge and dominated the town. It was as though the town was built specifically around the monks to accommodate their needs. Even though there are still monks living there, most of ...
... about 6 kms and then more gradually for a further 5 kms before rising again to enter Ponferrada. It is also about 24 degrees with almost no shade the whole way. I get a bit sunburnt on the back of my legs, despite putting sunscreen on (30+). My heel troubles me most of the way and I ply myself with anti inflamatories throughout the day so I can keep walking. Its a tough day all 'round. When we reach Ponferrada we search for our Hotel and thankfully find it ...