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Woke up with my headache hanging on. Seems quite cool this morning so
we both had a shower and some breakfast. Sue checked the tip of the campsite to
see what birdlife there is while I sit typing away on my blog. Still not
feeling 100% so might finish my cup of tea and have an hour. After a little
snoozet we headed into town along the beach path which again has a ...
... them too much. The sun was still beating down so we headed to the beach and had an hour or so soaking up the rays. We had a drink on the way back but my headache had still not shifted and so we skipped our evening meal and headed back for the camper. We did call at a delicatessen and picked up two very small pastries. Back at camp we had some cheese and crackers followed by our two little cakes and after reading for a while had an early ...
... a very modern facility overlooking a river. Being a short hike, we arrived before the albergue opened and had lunch outside the albergue. This was the only albergue that banned alcohol so Andy poured his water out of his stainless steel bottle and filled it with wine.
We make our way from Portugal into Spain for a 20km walk. One thing you encounter often on the trail are lavenderos. These are huge communal clothes washing stations. Some of these no longer contain water and some are rebuilt for historical purpose. The trail ...
To day is our steepest climb of the entire route, 405 metres. It really felt like hiking as it was mainly all natural paths.
There was only 2 cafés on this route. We stopped at the first for our morning coffee. It was around 9am and a senior was at one end of the bar drinking alcohol shooters and buying lottery tickets. At the other end of the ...