Parador de Plasencia
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... bed, but will just leave a little later
Clumsy clot update - small scuff mark on face and chin is a little swollen and red, but now showing signs of bruising - yet! Ankle did beautiful over 30km today but the ground was mostly easy and the brain didn't have to work hard all of the time to not step in the wrong place. Still swollen and sore - still no physio tape - thank goodness for Traumeel cream - only going to do around 20/22kms tomorrow so a bit of a rest day - walk ...
... bitumen. Have decided to get a lift meaning we only do about 24km for the day but my feet will thank me as we have 11km of bitumen to start the day tomorrow. Such is the issue of the re route! Stupid farmer!
We know that the local camping area, which is also the overspill for the Albergue in our digs tonight despite going backwards are owned by the same person and they offer free transport between the towns. It's a good 1.5km to get there but that beats 8km ...
... who was with us the other night and the Dutchman I thought was a French man - oops! They also headed for the closed Albergue and were peeved off and caught a taxi. These two guys are embarrassed about that but they were up for a 45km day! No shame we say. We are all working around the re route and working how to get around a 39km day. Think we have it sussed. Tomorrow most likely 30kms and about the same for the next few. Thems the breaks when you take on the ...
... who suggested we approach the guy in Lisbon who has been so helpful to them last week. Sent off several emails, then home. Marliyn cooked paella- this time, EXACTLY as I expected, pork, chicken, chorizo, vegies and fluffy rice.(not baked as we had in Seville). Decided to head for Madrid anyway next day, as the only lead we had so far with the Boomer was to travel backwards ...
... we went out again to explore Cuacos de Yuste itself. Tiny narrow streets, overhanging rooms, some buildings almost crumbling away. Some houses decorated prettily or adorned with flower boxes. Shopped for locally brewed beer, pate and creamy goats' cheese. Stopped in at the local bar for a drink and to get the internet, as Marilyn has no internet at home. Back home for even more food and drink, then late to ...