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... This walk began reminding me of Germany with all the cuckoo songs and the German pilgrims. More than a few have told us this walk is almost considered a requirement. We've noticed the average age appears to be much older that when we walked two years ago, possibly 68-74! Oma and Opa are still a phenomena at 79-80, but everyone just assumes they are part of the younger crowd. Haha. They sure are troopers. Every day is a celebration of something. Today we have ...
... we were in the Bodega with a few nights ago (I almost wrote Bordello!!). And there he was, ahead in the line-up. He was one of the early walkers from the prior town. We never talk with him for long ... maybe a minute at most ... but he feels like an old friend now that we´ve passed each other on the trail half a dozen times or more. He walks fast and so when we stop to rest, he moves ahead. Then when we get on our bikes and have a flat trail, we move ahead, ...
... here have changed since we left the Extremadura area. No Hitos - either have some small stone markers or as of yesterday and today some 'fake' miliaros with directional arrows that can be seen a long way away so the grass doesn't hide them or the farmers knock them with their tractors and turn them the wrong way! This morning they had shepherds crooks with shells and gourds on them (the signs of the Peregrino) - adds interest.
The sight of Zamora is visible ...
... down was truly 'orrible – bare, uneven rock; loose rock; gullies; really steep!. We needed to walk very carefully watching where we put our feet to avoid twisting an ankle. We ended the day in El Acebo at the same altitude as we had started at Rabanal. We walked in El Acebo at 12.05. Allowing for rest breaks totalling 45 minutes, we had walked 16.6km in 5 hours, only 3.3km/hr. The first albergue we tried, above a bar, was 10euro each ...
... a memorable moment. We had a very slight down hill, followed by another short up to our highest point of the trip, and then the steep, rocky downhill began. So, my complete, gape mouthed gawking ceased do I could stare down at the trail and pick the best footing. This was the first part of the trip that I started to feel old. My knees started to ache. My feet screamed out (I didn't think they could possibly ...