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Atapuerca to Burgos The morning has some unexpected sights and sounds - a large number of sheep at the top of the first ridge and then open land with various monuments established by peregrinos throughout the years. The walk is enjoyable downhill and through small hamlets past trees whose leaves are turning to yellow and brown. The sprawling city of Burgos ...
... the focus off of sore feet, etc. Really enjoyed today and am looking forward to arriving in Burgos tomorrow and then having a day off. It really is the United Nations here. So far we gave met and shared with people from Australia, Italy, Gernany, Holland, Hungary, Japan, USA, Russia, Spain, UK, Ireland, France, Canada, New Zealand, Wales, Switzerland to name some. All getting along and finding a way to ...
... discovered there.
We then had to climb Alto Cruceiro (it was cruciero), 1080 metres. At the top there were really pretty purple flowers just sprouting out of the ground. Also several circles of stones which some people ahead of us were walking around. Ned and Seamus walked, I will attach a photo, but I gave it a miss. Headed down to Obaneja where we stopped for coffee. Met Justine the New Zealand girl and Chris from South Africa. He ...
... woods and greenery. A snake crossed the trail today.. That was a first.. Almost 15 miles with a big climb was a bit of a push but the first town we found had a population of 18 and a casa rural so we took it. My friend Dolores seems to be a walker at the same pace as me so we walk separate but occasionally share a room at a rural house... That's worked out really nice. We'll probably meet everyone that lives in this pueblo by dinner. It sure feels good to have my feet up and ...
Day 17 Errin: Today we went a little harder and we walked to a little town called Villambistia. It was an easier walk today. A lot of it is on a gravel path and by the end of the day it makes your feet feel as if they have been put through a meat grinder. We passed through some other smaller towns - but definitely the most memorable was Belorado. It had a great hostel there - where we stopped for a coffee and breakfast and the rest of the town ...