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... because it will not be right alongside the highway and sometimes it is the more scenic route. Generally, we tended to choose the "recommended" route.
For some reason, I think maybe we are the only ones taking the "recommended" route. We have had days of feeling very isolated along the trail on the "recommended" route. A few days ago, we saw no one for over 6 miles, the day after that we passed four people total in the first three hours ...
There are no better words than what my guide book said about our walk this morning. "...we will encounter no asphalt roads, no sendas, no town, no village, no farmyard, no house but also no water fonts and little shade". Bingo! That was our morning. All 12 miles. We are still on the Meseta and now have fallow fields, fields of weeds and more of not much to talk about. We did try to make the best of it. We were walking on an old stony Roman ...
Strange night in the Albergue. It's a nice modern one but rooms are for 4 with just two sets of bunks in a small space. We were sharing with a silent French couple. Very awkward. As eugene said you have more privacy in a big dorm. Headed for Villafranca. Through lovely vineyards. The French couple left before us but we passed them on the road. Later on they came out of a dirt track they must have found a short cut. They seemed quite pleased with ...
... what a good value travel destination Portugal is. My
room cost me 25 Euros and was in a nice modern hotel. For dinner I had the
local specialty, Posta da Vitella (veal steak), as part of a three course meal
with wine for 15 Euros.
Except for the gorge cut by the Douro River and smaller
gorges of its tributaries, the central and eastern parts of Tras-Os-Montes
province are very pretty rolling ...
... extra each we took it. Our English, Canadian, Australian and German friends walked past when we were checking in, and Warren went out to talk to them. On the spur of the moment, he decided to walk on. We will link up again either tomorrow or Monday.
There is a communal meal in an unusual circular building with a thatched roof tonight at 7 o'clock, eating regional food which should be interesting. Unfortunately, there is ...