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... before, so I did not absorb a lot of information. We did see the cathedral and get to go inside the castle at least! By 2pm we had a two hour break to eat lunch, when my group of friends (Alix, Alicia, Qian, and I) tried the typical dish of Segoiva, cochinillo. Cochinillo is roasted suckling piglet, and is one of the most delicious meats I have ever eaten. The skin is crunchy but the meat is very moist, I wish they sold it in all of Spain. I am learning to not be such a ...
... on plus my rain jacket. The sun is warm but in the shade the wind is cool. It's not quite 12pm but I'm here and I had my passport stamped in the church and at the Albergue. Today I said goodbye to a Spanish man I met at dinner my first night at Roncesvalles. He is going back to Barcelona and work. The group I started with is now just me and a Korean man, but today he ...
As we drove out of Segovia we marvelled at the view of the palace that inspired Walt Disney to create Disneyland. Now we were heading north to the Rioja region, and the drive along the lesser roads took us through rolling barren hills carved with many river valleys. Occasional exposed weathered limestone cliffs provided a spectacular contrast to the red soil.
We were lucky to drive past a flock of about 15 huge vultures very ...
... two tubes of metal.
Next it was off to Decathlon. I had no problem finding new boots; they had masses. I settled for a lighter pair with ankle support at €16 and figure that if they are no good or fall apart, there's another Decathlon at Burgos or I can go back to the original ones once my heel is better. The new ones definitely won't be waterproof. Taxis and buses seemed to be the order of the day today, there are more and ...
... the Camino trail because they don't seem to be taking the walking trail as we are. The answer is trip changing for us! They simply said the Camino is in your head ... what is important is that you make the effort to get to Santiago de Compostela, not the route you take. We reach Najera in fairly good time and are feeling a little cocky about making it to Santa Domingo de la Calzada, so we decide to go for it. We underestimate the long ...