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Astorga to Rabanal After the 'high' of yesterday's walk from sunrise to sunset, my body aches and I feel emotionally drained. I cannot sleep because of the snoring in a nearby bunk and as I lie awake, I feel the sensation of two or three tears gliding down my cheeks into my ears. At 3.30 this morning, and after walking for four weeks, I do not think I can walk another step and I am ...
... anything to him at the time. I found out at lunch that as he flicked his pole to the side it caught Bernadette on the leg and left quite a gash.
The lunch was awesome. We knew nothing about the dish except that it was soup. We didn't even get beyond ordering some vino before a massive circular plate of every edible part of a pig and a chicken arrived at the table. We enjoyed this immensely and were preparing to leave when the ...
... s a young teacher of English and the classics. We walked and talked with her all the way into Astorga. We walked to the farthest albergue, near the beautiful Cathedral. It was old and simple and slept 100 pilgrims. We headed out quickly to the Plaza Mayor for lunch. We found an "urban" restaurant that even served hot dogs. We had a burrito and quesadilla. It was great to have something different than a ...
This morning in Astorga, the 5 of us are sitting having breakfast before heading off for our 21.4 km walk to Rabanal del Camino. The five of us being Katherine, Mary Anne, Sharron, Kym and myself. We havent seen Tony and Bert for two days now due to staying in either different accommodation or indeed different towns. Whilst having our breakfast, an American man comes over and smiling he asks if we are American. He is apparently pleased to hear people ...
In today's stage, we climbed just over 300 metres so are at 1150 metres. It is freezing with the temperature not rising over 3 or 4 degrees. We are in Rabanal which is one of the prettiest villages we've seen on the trip, with the dry brick wall houses which are mostly restored.
I am writing this in front of a fire and am dreading going out for dinner later.
Tomorrow we really get into the mountains reaching the ...