Hotel Huerta Honda
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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 ...
... the elevation map shows mostly downhill but it is rolling and by the time we get to today's stop I have 63 floors on the Fitbit. That's enough to reward me with a total of 2000 floors since I moved to the Surge Fitbit. Yay me! My butt knows I've done it!
We have become used to looking for markers on posts, walls, up high, down low and anywhere and they can simply slap on arrows. This town we pass through has professionally painted ones going down ...
... 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 ...
... take us in to town, he's going anyway. About 8km to go he says - far out- uhhhhh defo missed a turn but gosh knows where. Tells us he passed two others behind us - both women so we assume they are the German ladies who must have met the same challenge. Poor buggers - that was a nightmare - can cope with a challenge anywhere but hard roads! The knight in shining armour dropped us right at the door of the Albergue and all the tension ...
... compared to two other days which they gave less serious steepness to. Seriously it was a piece of cake up and over and below you just 2km away lies our destination.
The municipal Albergue we had chosen to stay at - part of the old monastery but very newly done was on the other side of town so just a couple of km more. Arrived just before midday and it's closed until midday. So we chose to wait. Ahh shower and they wash our clothes for €3. Sold!