Hotel Palacio Coria
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... makes sense! Soon on our way and knew we had 11km of bitumen to start! You all know my normal response, but yesterday I had a brain ****.
Before we left home I had done significant amounts of bitumen walking in prep for this Camino knowing we had a lot of road to cover, so I was frustrated that my efforts failed - it made no difference to walking here on this hard stuff. Then my brain ****** and I realised that I had actually done all of that in my trek sandals because I ...
... pasture - views to the mountains - past an odd property with fences that look like they hold deer, have lookouts or bird hides (don't know which) have cameras facing onto the track - dunno - shrug - and perhaps undisclosed military - through a ton of gates, but simply stunning beautiful country. I say flat because while it seems that way, our Fitbits say we climb on average 100 floors a day. We'll take that because we got a badge each (those little scores for having ...
Could hear rain in the night but only copped a couple of light bits of rain today, more than a drizzle but defo not a shower. Somehow the heating got turned on in the night, and while not highly warm it was better than the bone chill of last night. It meant my face washer was not wringing wet to stuff in my pack but sadly Hedleys shoes which weren't near the heater bombed out - not that it mattered, they were soon soaked again in the wet grass on the goat track.
... and others where it was necessary to stop and survey the possibilities before crawling on further. Lesson number one - shortest is not always best! RL had the foresight to carry a spare sump all the way around Spain but, in spite of BEs efforts, it remains in the boot! We eventually emerged onto smooth tarmac and shortly thereafter arrived in a town with a Parador hotel where we stopped to recuperate and have a bite of lunch We had about 50 miles ...
... and talked about their special ham, which is salted and hung to dry for up to 18 mths on the bone. the pigs are especially bred and fed exclusively on acorns (from all the holm oaks?) The Carrefour had a wonderful display of hams - the Jamon Iberico de Extramadura was 165e for a whole ham!!!! No wonder ...