Hotel La Cachava
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Thursday 24 September Day 18 : 30 km
The plan for the day was for Keith to head back to Burgos by bus, enjoy a day viewing the Catherdral and Human evoluton museum and then catch the late afternoon bus to Castrojeriz.
My plan was to walk the distance over the high Meseta plain.
It was another beautiful morning and the colours of the sunrise over the vast fields on the slopes of the Meseta ...
Relatively straight forward ride to Castrojeriz. Down the back lanes for the most part. Arrived and had a beautiful lunch of garlic soup, sardines, rice pudding and a couple of beers. Then realised my back tyre was flat and couldn't get my pump to work. So what do you do? I went down the local bar and asked if anybody in town could do something for me. Bear in mind Castrojeriz is in the middle of nowhere and a bit like being put in ...
Day 14 stats:
Total so far: 332.1km
Started 8am and arrived 2.30pm
I have died and gone to heaven!
Lorraine and I walked the last bit into Castrojeriz together and at the first church I was told by the signor that mass was only at 1pm today in the church at the other end of town. It being 12.45pm at that stage, I put my skates on and marched furiously across the town. I did spot ...
21km Driving rain Strong head wind Everything wet including inside my boots Squelchy mud trail - ended up walking in the field Camera in a plastic bag in my backpack Poor start - no espresso Sun came out at Hontanas (11km) but decided to walk along the road for the rest of the way By the time I reached Santa Clara del Manzano (19km) it had started to drizzle again. Sore throat Really hot shower :)) Nice albergue - glad I booked ahead (princessJ) Hope my boots dry Sorely tested ...
Climbed up onto the Meseta in better weather than forecast - breezy and warm today, very good weather for walking. Reached Hontanas for an early lunch and enjoyed some tortillas and bocadillos in a pretty square on the Main Street.
The Camino passed through the arches of the ruined convent of St Anton, where pilgrims were apparently miraculously cured ...