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Today seemed busy! We had breakfast of eggs and ham before heading out for our 11 mile walk. We stayed most of the day on a rocky, dirt road. We saw a herd of sheep being ushered through the town streets on our first break. After a short climb, we stayed high on the hill with lots of trees, fields planted and not, and green lizards everywhere. The …
Everyone's journey is their own on the Camino. There should be no judgment. It is not a competition. I don't know how many times I have said or agreed with those statements.
Yet last night at dinner, when Janet and Anne (two 75 year old British women) said they would be walking 31 km to Astorga today, I felt compelled to do the same thing.
It was a long day. I left ...
... armor. We made really good time and had traveled two thirds of the way today when we entered a little village. There was a tour bus and we stood, (stinky, sweaty and fairly disgusting) and watched a group of people exit the bus, all fresh and smelling good, with the Camino shell on their day packs and walk into the first bar/restaurant they saw. I must admit, I did not like these people. Then, ...
... in Astorga. :-) Tonight before dinner we go to what is advertised locally as a session of Gregorian Chant held in the church of the local Benedictine monastery. Although it is in Spanish, I am fairly certain it is Vespers. Following that we have dinner back at our Hotel and we have a delicious prawn and fish soup, followed by salmon and french fries. Tonight I forego desert, its time I started to cast aside a practice I am not used to at home. Apart ...
In today's stage, we climbed just over 300 metres so are at 1,150 metres. It is freezing with the temperature not rising over 3 or 4 degrees. We are in Rabanal which is one of the prettiest villages we've seen on the trip, with the dry stone wall houses which are mostly restored.
I am writing this in front of a fire and am dreading going out for dinner later.
Tomorrow, we really get into the mountains, ...