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... on the left as the sun rose to our right - pretty spectacular - interrupted by farmers bringing their tractors down the road while we jumped over and got scratched by thistles to stand in the vine paddock to let them pass. A few locals on mountain bikes because it's Saturday wishing us a Buen Camino but other than that just us and our thoughts and sometimes conversation. Did take a 20min break for some body fuel top,up but ...
... Can't find a gate to let him in with his mates but he is clearly going to hang around so on we go.
Pass a number of old wells and the day is spent on old dirt roads mainly, interspersed with (ugh!) concrete sections and running through beautiful olive groves, peach orchards and grape vines with a little wheat. Just before we hit tonight's digs we found a fully restored and working well. Or course my buddy being male just had to be sure it works. ...
... I pay $95 at home. Bonus! Can live here on a shoestring!
Very cool dark start this morning but stunning moon down. Very yellow and remembered we are supposed to get a pink moon on Saturday. Excited! The sun rose spectacularly a while later and brought us joy of another day.
Had a village about 6km into the start and we're hanging for coffee and no bar/cafe open we could find but the German crew came in behind us and we're off ...
... restored! Blissful arvo for all.
One we of the stark contrasts of this Camino to last year is that you really need more than rudimentary Spanish. Negligible English spoken and if you were walking solo it could be a lonely affair. Apart from the English couple who we haven't seen for a couple of days and some Germans who can speak some English you need to talk to yourself.
Dinner is is a peregrine meal tonight.
... girl! Had a few more to cross, though not deep, they were slippery as ..........careful stepping required. At the end of today we have completed 10% of our walk. No accidents please!
Crossed from the Sierra Norte into the Sierra Morena in an area called Extremadura. And the markers change. We can get yellow/yellow green/green or yellow/green. So we learn that all yellow means it's the Camino - all green IS the old Roman road and a mix is the Camino following the old ...