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... last km gave us a option to drop below the road and it was like walking in a fairy land world. Trees overhanging, soft ground with Roman road rocks hanging about, a stream running through with a small waterfall on the left and a gentle breeze to cool you down.
As we write our blogs this arvo we are sitting in the sun, but cold because a breeze is blowing. Looks good but not really warm.
Arrived tonight's village and needed to see ...
... Smashed put the 30km day in 6 hours!
We spent some time at the ruins and then headed down to the main gate and managed with a giggle and a laugh to get cold water from the machine. Fortunately had some change to use but most of it is empty and thankfully someone who works there happened to be hanging out trying to get us to buy his 2pm tour (absolutely no interest)
who knew the trick was to shove your hand up the machine and pull it down. Did this twice for us. What ...
... in the heat. The sun is up today and it is warming. We roll up - guy behind the bar grabs the keys and we're off - yes, it's that's simple! Go the advantaged village people! No charge!
Shows us our digs, we see a fortress above the digs, drop our gear and go for a wander. Different fortress - has a complete village inside - climb the stairs to the top of the wall - steep and no freaking rails - chicken licken hanging on for grim death to the stairs and hugging ...
... identical situation over the River Tajo. Awesome! But do check the pic - you have to climb a barrier no matter if your on the road or the goat track - there's a pedestrian way across the bridge button can't just walk on to it, you have to manage the crash barrier first.
Two options here.....continue up the bitumen (you're joking right?) or take a goat track that does have a marker for a trail (Camino Naturals del Tajo) that goes where we're going up ...
... had a guard dog in with them!
After our big shop we put everything in the fridge etc, had a cup of tea, taped our shopping receipt to the window and walked the mile or so in the direction of Plasencia old town.
We found the Plaza Mayor which was arcaded on one side and had 10 small lanes or ...