Infantas de Leon Hotel
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... rest of the girls in the evening and all very welcoming which was nice. They have been walking for the last 10 days so had lots of advice for us. Our guide David seems very nice although has a very strong accent. Not speaking any Spanish ourselves lucky to have him. We had a lovely three course meal of soup,salmon and vienetta. Not used to the late Spanish meal times (9pm) so after a short walk decided it was time for ...
... path. Only 14 days to Santiago. Of course we continue on beyond Santiago, but that City is a very special place on the Camino given its name and the presence of the relics of the Apostle St James. We stop for a loo break Villarente which is only 5.7 km from our departure point, but a good place to ensure we are able to travel comfortably to the next planned break for food, drink (and loo break...goes without saying) at Arcahueja. I had a cafe con leche (white coffee) and ...
... in my notepad, and basically just relishing the 'me' time. By about the 8 km mark I was starving and needed a loo so my focus shifted between the two. There was no village on the horizon, and trust me the horizon is extremely visible given the flatness of the terrain. So head down and push on was all I could do. The cafe at the start of town was such a welcome sight! Cheryl, Tony, Bert, Kathleen, Marian, Andrew, Dave and Lefki were all there...usually it's someone else bringing ...
... ships for many years before marrying. He had travelled the world and had been to Brisbane. It's surprising what links you can find with complete strangers.
As we were leaving the restaurant, a fellow in the corner called out Queenslander so of course we wandered over. Three blokes from the Sunshine Coast were travelling together and we ran into them on the trail again today. Back down the hill to our place in the freezing cold. It must have been about 0 degrees.
Off to the second bar for dinner soon. This is an ancient village with history going back to the ninth century. Mud and straw walls are everywhere. We are planning to try their famous breakfast in the morning before heading off to another town which is again 24 km away. The good thing is that, while the wind is strong and cold each day, it is behind us.
My feet are holding up well at present, others not so ...