Hotel Castilla Vieja
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... is large, with several tents set up and a large teepee, presumably only functional when not raining. A covered porch is not entirely covered, with water dripping in from the light rain, falling into perfectly placed plants. The seating on the porch is rows of movie theater chairs, quite comfortable. Inside, the walls are covered in graffiti... words of encouragement, song lyrics, pot leaves. Apparently the hospitalero there had started his camino last summer, arrived at ...
We only had 6K more to our destination for the day, Carrion de los Condes. Even though the clouds persisted into the afternoon, the cool breeze seems to have started it's siesta early and the afternoon hike was warm and muggy. We did a nice 17.1 miles today. It didn't seem like that was nearly enough. We didn't slog into town dirty, dusty and exhausted. It was a nice change.
This evening, after a nice dinner of ...
... physically and you have a chance to think about what is coming whilst the third trimester is a time of great change, both physical and emotional as you are about to embark on a totally new phase of your life. I'll think a lot on both ideas over the next days, I'm sure.
At some point today I PASSED THE HALF WAY POINT. What a great thought that from tomorrow onwards there is more behind me than up ahead.
Arriving at my destination I was ...
... did have a room. (see
photo). With a post propping up one wall, I somehow mustered the
energy to climb to the next town 5kms away ... and that must have
been a divinely guided moment.
We dragged our bodies and bikes up the hill and into
the town of Villacazar de Sirga.
We saw there was a hotel where we could get a private room
to really rest ... but the price seemed unreasonable ...
Hi Family and Friends,
I hope this finds you all safe and well. I haven't been able to write for a while due to remote areas, lack of wi fi, managing my feet and the forever present lost in translation.I am a few days behind with my blogs so I will do my best to keep all the happenings in chronological order. I am writing this in Sahagun, a very much unplanned stop and I will fill you in on how I got here via the next few entries.
Day 16 sees a rather soulless ...