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 ...
... away. So tonight they say 8pm! Arrgghh!
I know I've said this Camino is soooo different but truly it is. The place is over run with French walkers with the odd German, Dane, Spanish, etc. thrown in for good measure. We are both so glad of a buddy or it would be lonely - English is hard to find as a language. The Finnish are excited, because they are tired of speaking German but.......they are incredibly helpful in getting things interpreted. They speak both languages ...
... ladies with us in the room (who hitch hiked from there) and others who called a cab yesterday that this is a common error for peregrinos. What the? All maps and notes show this Albergue :(. The sign also says 10km to Caņaveral and that's also a lie because it's actually 17! Our total walk today was still the 22km we'd planned although routed a little differently.
Now this leaves with a little planning dilemma. We have to choose to do around 8km tomorrow to ...
... do and as we cruised along a straight road led by BE, we were overtaken by a man in a white van. (This followed the ignominy earlier in the day of being overtaken by a Toyota truck towing a trailer although, to be fair, the road surface favoured him more than us,). Anyway, as the road twisted up into the mountains, we caught up with WVM who was determined that we should not overtake. BE was equally determined and managed an overtake at which point ...
... 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 ...