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... to Tricio for another gathering in the Bodega, starting at 9 pm. We gave the evening's decision to Sam. He made us all happy by deciding that his birthday dinner would be pizza in the small plaza by the church. Hiking, wine and speaking/listening in Spanish all day was a lot! Under lights and plane trees dropping their wide leaves, we delighted in goofy boys and Antonio's pizza, the best we have had in Spain so far. Happy happy birthday Sam!
... at Tosantos our destination after 21 k to find it closed , dear God the next town took forever and we had to practically run as loads behind. us needed bed and board , 14 beds most full of French, as you know due to leg thing I an pretty nervous and hiding under the bed . Had a bit of a laugh as She washed everything last evening and nothing dried, knicker less ...
Ages to Burgos - state of parties, Ned and Eugene sore feet, Seamus and Mary sore legs, top to bottom.
Started out this morning at 8, we had breakfast for a change. It was a really clear sky. Not a good sign for walking as it promised to get very hot. Road was lovely, wide open fields once more of grain and sunflowers. We passed through a village called Atapuerca, which was really pretty. The earliest known homminin ? fossils in western ...
... have been right there.. And you were in my thoughts.. The first town we passed was called Tosantos and it was one quiet town ... No one was up to serve us a coffee..so we cruised to the next town and Roberto offered to take us out for a morning coffee.... Nice moment to visit and take off the bag pack.. I don't have any extra but I am thinking of eliminating a few things. Basic is best and all you need. Once we arrived at Villafranca Montes de Oca it was straight up to 3,200 ...
... hill was very short but intensely steep and then it just flattened out for a long walk through the national park into a little village called St Juan de Ortego. I waited for Clive at this point and enjoyed our morning coffee, then marched on through Ages and on to Atapuerca where we bought a roll, etc and made our own lunch nice again. Money is now very short and no ATM's in this part of the country. Having been on the bitumen since the last town, it was nice ...