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... his cold and sore throat. Time for a beer and a shower, a short rest and then dinner. Wow... A beautiful soul to start, the veal parmigiana with a salad and cheese & walnuts to die for them creme caramel for dessert. Hard to lose weight when you eat like this!! Hosts are amazing - we got talking children / grandchildren so out came her calendar of her grandchild!! Such fun Clive is exhausted and my feet are sore, so bed it ...
... and as I do so, I feel lighter...until the next round of thoughts comes along lol. It's a process and I think a vital process intrinsic to the Camino experience. I walked with Cheryl for the first 12.5 kms to Reliegos where we found a delightful albergue with chairs and tables out front in the sun. I was still chilly so I put on my jacket while I sat still. Outside tables were in demand because of the sunshine so we shared a table with Bill and Jackie; they are so lovely! ...
... 7 kms of the Camino today was devoid of any village or amenities until we reached the town of Reliegos, only 6.1 km from Mansilla de las Mulas. Apparently the name of Mansilla de las Mulas derives from "mano en silla" meaning "hand on the saddle" and "de las mulas" meaning "of the mules". The town was previously a prominent town as a livestock market. At Reliegos we stop for a rest and something to eat and shortly we are joined by Sharron and then ...
... a lot of trees and saw a ton of butterflies and beautiful red poppies. After tomorrow we will be in Leon!!!!! 200 miles to go after that. Tomorrow to religiosa....still off the roman route so hopefully another calm day. I'm really glad for many reasons we decided to do the camino but right now I am especially glad that we did as we get to enjoy the purity of it somewhat. It ...
... and Polish man I'd met earlier who told me that someone had gone through their stuff at the albergue and that an American was robbed of his money. I had my cash in a money belt on the top of my bag, they must have gone through it and found it relatively easily. My camera and laptop were on my bed, it appears they were just looking for cash.
From there I headed to Leon, where I am now, I checked in at the albergue and put my stuff on my bed. I went out ...