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... Leon for approx 9 kms through the industrial area, and started our walk in La Virgin del Camino - along with other pilgrims we knew. It was a great walk too, straight into off road tracks for a while until Vilar de Mazarife where we had lunch and the girl behind the bar was kind enough to book us into a Casa Rural (the Albergue was full) called Molino Galochas just outside Villavante. Left Mazarife about 3 knowing we had at least ...
... We were approaching a big city! And one that symbolized the final push in our journey. Everyone seemed friendlier and more chatty all throughout the day. We came to our first stop and were delighted to find Casa Blanca. Here we enjoyed our first cheese omelette, as we know it, and remarked at our initiation to wait to find breakfast. Properly fueled, we forged on toward León. I must admit, I have a love hate relationship with big cities on ...
... the chocolate capital of Spain. The making of chocolate has been tied up with the history of Astorga for centuries.
Peter bought a hiking stick today. His plan is to wood burn the name of each town we pass through on his hiking staff.
We investigated three pilgrim's albergues for tomorrow night. I liked the small one in the village outside of Astorga. It only has 10 beds and no signs of the dreaded bedbugs! Sylvia and Marcel are coming in by ...
... with a bunk bed to ourselves. Randy is taking the top bunk as it gives him more head room. We've been at the super mercado. They had more food varieties than we good find in central Leon. Treated ourselves to a chocolate bar. And lemon filled cookies. We will probably have the peregrinos meal tonight Some of you know that I make up words. I started to say pelrigrinos rather than peregrinos. Now I have our Camino friends doing the same. LOL. ...
... infrastructures, not as interesting as in Turkey or India. Even in Hanoi I felt more excited. Or is it because I've been to more places? I changed, rather than the place, maybe this is the reason. Travelers always try to find new places, new experience, but it shall comes from within. What kinds of experience do I look for? If it is only sightseeing, I can do that online without visiting it. I have to step out of ...