Silken Luis de Leon
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... us that no-one can get lost on the camino but the three of us did an impressive job nonetheless. I'm the sort of person who enjoys instructions so much that I needed to google how to use my Camelbak waterbottle so naturally at each point I was checking the map and major landmarks against the very prominent yellow arrows that guide you along what is essentially a straight path from A to B. Marie-Paulette at the fore scoffs "bah! I'm not ...
... that it is open when I get there. Everything closes in Spain between 2 to 4 pm with the exception of restaurants, cafes and Bars. When I get there, it is open and with a little help from the guy working there, and who fortunately speaks some English, I manage to get a good pair of women's hiking shoes. Straight away I can tell they will be both comfortable and supportive of my feet. Bingo!!! I tell him I will buy them and he proceeds to package them for me and as I leave ...
... and machinery to wash down the roads and pavements. Not so in Sahagun!!!!!! The streets were putrid with all sorts of detritus!! As we were departing, a door to a place on our left opened and out spilled a wedding party and a number of others. It was clear that the celebrations had been continuing from the previous day. Everyone was still drunk, including the bride and groom who were still in their wedding finery. Her dress was very much the worse for wear, as was she! :-) ...
... I strapped my feet last night in preparation for the next 3 days which are tough. I went back to our dormitory and it was in complete darkness as many travellers eat early and go to bed with the chooks.
This morning it was still around 0 degrees and raining lightly. As it was overcast everyone in our dorm slept in and the lights weren't put on until 6.50am. You can never pick it. We were ready to go at 7.30 but had some breakfast in preparation for the day ahead.
... land. Much of the land is being broken by ploughs. The land has trees and bush and is a rolling plain. In the area we see modern, concrete water towers for the villages and large solar panels. We expect the hills to become more prominent as we travel west. After passing through several small villages we arrived at Villar de Mazarife at around 2:30. The auberge is modern and caters to around 50 pilgrims in double bunks. ...