Hospederia Nuestra Senora de Valvanera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... gave up and the front piece flapped open. This is a moment for a calm head and ingenuity plus a lot of duck tape to get me a few more miles worth of walking before I need to switch to my replacement pair! After a 15 mile walk today, we reach Belarado which is is a pretty town and we are staying at an albergue in the centre where we will have a communal meal later with other ...
... him go! So this walk is not to be taken lightly and a slow and steady pace is so important! A lesson for life! Today was a little sad with only 4 of us walking. Highlight was walking through fields of Sunflowers just waiting for harvest. As we crossed the hills we could see vast hillsides yellow from harvested wheat. We walked through a couple of gorgeous villages but alas after breakfast none of them had any ...
... from Ohio. We had a wonderful conversation with him about his blisters, his family, his Catholic journey, a love for Ignatian spirituality and the state of the Catholic Church. He teared up when he shared his experience working with a Jesuit priest in Belize. We ate dinner next to Peter, a retired Dutch medical researcher, who lives on the island of Tasmania with his Chinese wife and two teenage daughters. We discussed his tendinitis, ...
... checked out the inside of the church. Then pushed on again. Hard going today, but in too scared to take off my shoes and see what the blisters are doing. Clive is suffering big time. Took another blue pill today just to get through. He won't give up though, or give in by sending his backpack by 'transport'. Do or die..... Lunch was in Redecilla del Camino in the little pub. Very hard to get Clive to get going again, but only another 3.5 kms and we made it ...
... headed off. It is like a lot of things here - time is not important.
A relatively boring stretch today but on good roads so progress was quick and, after travelling through a number of seemingly deserted villages, we made it to Beldorado. Because the villages we'd been through did not have even a shop we did not get our bread. We did a travelling butcher in a van who stopped and provided cuts of meat to the older villagers who came out.
Beldorado is an ...