Hospederia Nuestra Senora de Valvanera
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- Continental Breakfast
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... James and spent the rest of the day with him. Having an extra companion meant the day absolutely flew. We covered topics including: sports, politics, history and travel and in no time we had arrived in Beldorado. The original plan was to stay overnight in this town, but it was only 12:30pm and we all felt fine so after a quick lunch stop (which included a couple of Magnum ice creams) we were off again. We ended up walking an extra ...
... enjoyed the fresh, cool air, the stillness and the changing colour as the sun rose. After about an hour I joined Rebecca and Lois, 2 American women walking together. Their pace was fine for me and I instantly felt comfortable with them. They were friends from a writing course. This was Rebecca's third camino and Lois' first. We stopped at little places along the way to take photos and ...
Day 7 Muruzabal to Lorca 17.5 kilometers (10.87 miles)
We started our day before sunrise and as we walked into the town of Obanos last night's festival was still in full swing, lots of sleep deprived, tipsy twenty-somethings milling about. As we walked out of Obanos we were treated to the sight of a couple on the side of the road, quickly getting dressed. How does one say, "get a room" in Spanish?
Day 8 Lorca to Villlamayor ...
We left again at first light so watched the sun rise as we hiked. The land is flattening out and has less variation but still is filled with flowers. When we start on this early schedule, we don't have breakfast until we reach the first big town. This time we got to our first town before any coffee bar was open. I wound up having instant coffee at a friendly Alberque, but when the bar opened we had a real breakfast. ...
... it up, today and tomorrow. The Camino path primarily follows the main roadway to Belorado, which apart from the great outdoors, doesn't gift any particularly interesting sights. In fact, it looked, from what I could see from the bus, which was almost all of the path, as it was right beside the main road, boring as batshit. I caught the bus from Santo Domingo to Belorado. It was also surprising how many pilgrims are ahead of me, leaving early to race each other to the ...