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Leave at dawns first light with five pilgrims in tow, Traveling as the light glows. Come upon apple trees! Nothing better than fresh free apples! Passing olive groves; lush, green, Fields of sunflowers hanging low, dropping seeds for next year. Rows of corn, rolling hills, A bid to the plains of Illinois. Entering Navarra providence, ...
Rest day - only 12km today. I've been walking with some Canadian pilgrims and it was another 20km to the next town with services, so we decided to stop in Arres. Beautiful tiny village!! Good choice for me as my cold has gotten worse & moved into my lungs, which proves to make for difficult walking! Glad for the rest and the local Farmacia in Puenta la Reina de Jaca was so helpful. In Spain the Farmacia is run by a doctor so I got some ...
... River! Very ideal and yet one wonders what people do here, so far from anything! One last pilgrim joins us and we eat the Alburgue meal of spaghetti with red sauce then pork with fried egg and French fries! Odd but filling. Desert usually includes a choice of yogurt or fruit and if in a city then a sweet tart is added to the choices. Grateful for the women's only rooms ...
... fellow pilgrims. Follow the Dutchman thru the hilly country side. Mountains to my back, camino flowers all around. Down into the valley I tumble, with pilgrims by my side. Good day 23k - my feet are happy for the stop without blisters!! Passing thru tiny villages, with not many services, I forge on to Castiello de Jaca, a sleepy village where I rest my weary head and feet. I splurge ...
Tuesday 8 September - Day 2: 25kms
The hostpitalier provided as much bread and fruit as we needed to start a day on the Camino. Peter, Keith and I found our way out of Jaca quite easily and walked between the road and the Rio Aragon for quite awhile. A team of army trainees passed us out on a morning run carrying full gear. Made our walking quietly with 7 - 9 kgs look pretty easy really! The morning was warm and still and by 9am ...