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The plan was to leave early to spread out the day and hopefully to arrive in Burgos in the early afternoon before the heat hit. But no. I had a puncture first up and I had to wait for lovely man at the local bike store to open up a 9 am. He took it all apart and found a piece of glass in my tyre. He fixed it and put a new inner tube in. All for 5 Euros. Unbelievable. It old him I as going to Burgos and he shook his head and said "Maniana". I don't know if that ...
... then a couple of people walked by and joined them, and another person joined, and so on. They had just one drink each and a tapa that comes with a drink for free. After finishing a drink, they leave, and then they move on to a next bar/restaurant, and repeat the same. Our question - "Do they drink like this everyday from the early afternoon?", "Do they work at all?!" :)
After lunch, we worked more, and then went out for supper at Spanish supper time = 9:30pm ...
... offered me cream for my badly sunburned legs. There was the woman from Germany, who spends her few holiday weeks each year doing chunks of the Camino. She will eventually finish the entire duration, though not on this trip. And there was the 60 year old, retired Swiss Air flight attendant who was doing the Camino to "reset his clock". He shared some photos of snakes he had encountered so far on the Camino.
The wine was free-flowing ... ...
... earliest human remains in Europe were discovered. The prehistoric caves of Atapuerca were declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2000 when human remains dating back 900,000 years were found.
I had a lovely lunch in Cardenuela - and then things went a bit off. All is well now though. I am checked into the municipal pilgrim hostel and will now explore the city.
... though it was 7:05 and just the beginning of first light, we were still able to see how our path had brought us up from the valley below to the mesa that now stretched as far as we could see left, right and straight ahead. The view was reminiscent of the vast plains of the American Mid-West. We had expected the Meseta to be totally flat and monotonous, but at around 7:30, shortly after sunrise, we saw before us ...