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... had signed during the past year. After a few photos we continued on past Manjarin, an unusual albergue run by Tomas, a self-proclaimed modern day Templar. We then climbed a bit more to Peña de la Escorpia, the high point of the Camino at 4940 ft. Near the summit, we stopped at a food truck, pretending to be a snack bar, for tea and cerveza and to cool our feet. Shortly, after rejoining the trail, we ...
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Albergue la Casa del Peregrino
High 75, Low 37 11.6 km (7.2 miles)
What an amazing night sleep - for me. Bummer mom and dad were restless, but they both agreed that the quiet and privacy allowed them to be up without disturbing anyone else. Walking out of the village this morning really emphasized the dichotomy of this place. We stayed at such a treasure, but you may never expect such comfort from the dusty unkept rocky ...
Today was another perfect day ... perfect if you ignore the elements that were not really perfect. What matters is that at 4pm when we walked into our Albergue, we both said, "This has been a perfect day".
Last night's sleep was pretty good, and was D's first night on a top bunk. Getting up in the middle of the night for a bathroom visit is more of a challenge from the top bunk ... glad to report he did very well.
The ear plugs do a reasonably ...
... 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 ...
The first people to leave from our 30 bed dorm started their packing at 4.40am. After a while, on the “if you can't beat them, join them” theory we joined in the packing, and were packed and ready by 5.50am. After a breakfast from our food bag of coffee, baguette and bananas we left, in the dark, at 6.20am – our earliest start yet! We had an hour's walking with our tiny 'knuckle' torches before a drink stop, then onwards ...