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... 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 ...
... This morning I had breakfast in the albergue - not very good. The weather was still dreary from yesterday's storm but not quite full-on raining. As I left I spotted Manni and Sophia and tried to keep up with them... but they lost me quick as their pace was lightning fast. I was planning on walking all the way through as I felt very strong, but I got to 9 km. and found a sign in Villarmentero for an albergue that called to me. In fact, I walked a solid 500 meters past the ...
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 ...
... If I can, the whole lot (except plaster) comes off and I start again. This method seems to be working.
OK. When I said only 10.5 miles... It was still tough! It was straight along an old Roman road, the Via Aquitana. Pretty incredible to think that it has already been there for a couple of thousand years, and to imagine all the feet that have walked it. Not to mention the slaves who must have built it - it's been estimated that it would have taken 100,000 ...
literally had a hard time breathing. An odd feeling. Also, the
hour upon hour of wind in our ears, up our noses and in our mouths also gave us
both quite a headache by day's end (though we realized just
before we stopped that we could pull our buffs over our heads and at
least get some protection from the wind).
We did not really have a target destination for our day,
but were still ...