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... to me.
The valleys on my route northeast out of Mondim de Basto are
a wine lover’s paradise, and you can tell the locals love wine. While in the
Douro Valley the villages in the hills are tightly packed and surrounded by
massive vineyards, in this Vinho Verde area at the edge of the Minho the plots
are mostly quite small, the houses surrounded by gardens, and those gardens in
many cases planted with vines trained to grow tall and to cover driveways. You
Our night was a little bleak - no heating - four of us there, so should have been fine to get away early but the Spaniard decided at some point in the night to move outside the room and sleep in the corridor. Arrgghh! This is where we move to get out early to pack without disturbing everyone! But the bathroom was huge so we hopped in there and sat outside to eat some food before leaving at 6.
The notes promised a lot of wet patches and they weren't wrong. ...
... into a private Albergue tomorrow night - not quite sure what we've got but it's two beds. The reports say the municipal Albergue is to be avoided. The Camino grapevine and reporting mechanisms are awesome - the Finns who bussed and trained ahead gave us a heads up on another Albergue and they walked 35km because it was not ok. We are going to need to keep revising every day as we go. We have a number of short days listed ahead followed by a number of long ones. ...
13/5. Slept in -Guy had quick walk up small mountain at back of our "hotel in paradise" (for even more fabulous views) before a sumptuous breakfast at 9am. I could stay here for the rest of our trip but finally had to say our goodbyes to Inigo - another 5 hour drive to Sanabria scheduled. Roads a lot better than in the mountains but we did take a little detour into La Vera valley where we had a look ...
Today, we have a Canda so aim just enjoying a cup of coffee then off on the Camino. It is shorter overall today but I think the the climb is steeper. Later: Boy was I right. It was so hard to go up a Canda. It was a trail through stream nod rocks with very vertical jaunts up the rocks. It was only 6k but I was totally bonked at the top with 19K to go. At the halfway point, I met up again ...