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Sat June 13th We are now in the La Rioja region known for its cultivation of wine grapes. We left Logrona late walking out of the city and then onto dirt paths through vineyards and white asparagus fields. We passed through the town of Navarette known for its pottery made from the local red clay. We eventually stopped at the village of Ventosa after 20kms as the next village Najera was another 11km away. The Albergue was the noisiest yet and had the worst ...
... you don't walk up a hill to get to a village, you are likely going to hike a hill leaving it!) This took us back into a forested area but with no other towns for the latter half of the day. We had a lot of UP initially and then a very long flat walk that seemed to go on forever and ever and ever....... We arrived tired after another 17 mile day in the hamlet of San Juan de Ortega with a population of 18 so we pilgrims make a temporary ...
... welcoming hostel which many people stop at. But in town there's another one called Cuatro Cantones which I was told was better so I went there. It's run by a lovely young family and their marketing is good. The modern Camino. They send someone out along the track giving away free bottles of water with their details on them and it works - it was packed and lots of people were turned away or came back for a 9pm sitting. I sat with a German ...
... I have one in credit. I headed out of town past a beautiful picnic spot near the river, walking over a footbridge that afforded a fantastic view of yet another spectacular Medieval bridge. The path headed up and up, through tiny villages that felt as though time had forgot them, and had been largely unaffected by modern times. They were sleepy adorable villages with stone buildings, and a relaxed feel, surrounded by fields and fields of lush green farming land on ...
... for those who attend (according to tradition).
Today I walked 23 km. The morning started out with a lovely mist in the hills. The skies cleared later in the day and the walk climbed through hills of oak and pine trees. This area was formerly wild and unpopulated and notorious for bandits preying on pilgrims. These days it is pretty safe.
It was a long walk today. Once again I am tired.