Zenit Dos Infantas
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... an international natural park with
several overlooks on the Portuguese side (maybe Spanish too) which I hit in the
morning before continuing on to the Alto Douro wine region. The Grand Canyon it
is not, but it’s an impressive gorge even if the river is now dammed at spots
for hydroelectricty and flood control.
Miranda do Douro is another one of those places where I
continued to be ...
... is somewhere to sit, the view is beautiful even though it is freezing cold.
We recheck the notes and it says we cross the bridge and have two options. We can continue to follow the road around and reach a potential coffee stop or we can take an immediate left turn, take a goat trail, scramble over shale and granite (you can see that stuff in the pics - and yes it was a challenge but not for long) and walk up the edge of the river until you get to that ...
... other pilgrims getting lost though we do follow the motorway all day so a bit hard to get lost. We crossed back because there was the hope of coffee in a few kms because there was a village. Please note.....I emphasise hope.
We've seen that we have a major water course all day on the map (check the map on the blog) so will have to skirt that we know. We can see the village in the distance but see the path takes us seriously left, so maybe it's ...
... The girls has a solid orange sink - love it! Brekky is included and he shows us where everything is for the morning. The sun is out today - better than the forecast rain - I'm moaning my feet are sore and buddy says the same so the road must have been hard today. So showers and we both snooze for a while and then head for another bar/restaurant which will have to do for dinner but in normal Spanish style doesn't start until 8! Menu looks good anyway!
Ahhh the life of a ...
... pants! So found this neat bakery that did a good queso bocadilla and we had coffee and OJ - hand squeezed thank you very much and a vanilla slice which was soooo nice because it had a very thin chocolate topping,not the sugary yuk we get at home and probably contained half the sugar too. Polished off later with some rozado while we waited for 2:30 to rock on.
Wander down to Albergue for official opening time and there's a swag of bodies waiting to get in, some ...