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... brekkers at Etero de la Vega... huevos con jamon, turned down by S with an outbreak of high moral tone. Walked through harvested grain fields in a region famous in Roman times for producing a significant proportion of the flour for the Empire. Crossed Rio Pisuerga into the province of Palencia. Strolled into Fromista along the canal of Castille built in the late 18 C. The town is home to the ...
... a pitch overlooking the entire site with shower block nearby.
After lunch we walked the beach and out to the lighthouse at the headland. There was another beach more exposed to the atlantic on the West side of the headland and a surf school is based there. I could see why as hundreds of surfers were doing their best to show off their skills.
The town itself is high above the beach and has all the usual hotels/bars/restaurants etc.
However there are ...
... Seattle dude a bit. He's kind of growing on me for some reason. At some point during the day we passed into another provincia, Palencia. I think this might be the last one before Galicia. When you are that wet for that long, your perspective about the wet/cold changes. It has to or else you would go crazy. At first I was avoiding all puddles, even little ones. Eventually I gave in to the wetness and decided to choose my puddle battles, charging through the smaller ...
... are in bed by 10.30 latest.
Tuesday May 19
It was freezing, the wind chill factor was extreme and we had to walk 26 klms. Thankfully, a thoughtful friend had given me his gloves when I was cold another time and let me keep them which is lucky as I don't think I would have parted with them lightly as I wear them heaps.
Walked with friends and stopped at a great albergue En El Camino for lunch with beautiful garden and had jambon & ...
... but the Hospitalera trusted us, and suggested D obtain a
new Passport when we got to Leon. We agreed.
Then ... we were read the rules of this Albergue, informed about the
unfortuante 'creature' situation (bed bug sightings, and subsequent health
inspections), told about mass time (6:30), invited to a
town Fiesta (8:00), and then shown our beds. D did a Macbeth
check of our mattresses before ...