Hotel Murillo Lm
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... early birds who like to get going and it's great to not disturb others -as I write this today it's 3:30 and as yet no others to share the Albergue. Does this mean we have it alone? Most of the pilgrims from last night are going 10km more to the next village but then only leaves 10km to the next day. So we chose this sort of mid way stop and it's worked for my ankle.
Found the supermarket and got another egg supply and had decided to cook for ourselves tonight. ...
... trip though I think my walk buddy is waiting for his giggle at me as I somehow manage to get my toes caught and face plant it on the grid!
After two hours of walking I note a large hill in front - I bags a wet gear off/pee stop - sky is clear and the sun is shining and the Gortex is hot! Buddy agrees and then we see two locals (had seen car in odd place earlier) foraging for something in the woods. Oh well my butt was exposed! Get over it!
Laid in a little this morning in our mini palace and got going around 6:45 - only a 15.8km day. Ahhhhh but we soon discovered it was going to take us a while.
Meandered out of town looking for a cafe and had to go a few kms before we ran into it. Had a half dozen Spanish following behind and when we headed up to a cafe on the right and didn't follow the arrows going left they gave us a whistle and indicated we'd gone the wrong way. I yelled back cafe! They ...
... can see the gladiators and the theatres in action.
One of the greatest things I enjoyed about the history lesson is that the storyboards were in multiple languages including English! Hoo freaking ray! Got a better lesson this way! And the gobsmacking local thing????? The women walking through there in stilettos! Like I'm rocking on the rocks and wobbling on unstable and uneven ground in my trek ...
... 16.5kms to Merída and we have a short day again after that. Would rather keep going and while this little place is neat there's going to be boredom if we have to stay. After Merída we head back into the mountains. Woohoo! The only concerning thing is that the farmers are all trimming the olive trees and burning the branches. We can see lots of smoke on the mountains and hoping for some wind to move it on before we start the climb.