Parador de Puebla de Sanabria
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... competing with the broom to fill my nose with lovely scents. Kites and the occasional stork are flying overhead, and of course the cuckoo. I could almost imagine it's the same one, gently encouraging me to keep going day after day. And every time I looked back at Astorga the Cathedral spires were still visible, even from miles away. How awesome it must have been for medieval pilgrims.
I stopped for breakfast at a healthy café in Murias de Rechivaldo. ...
... breakfast just a cake. Got talking to Lauren a young Austalian student studying International relations in Madrid. She has 12 days to walk and she has fallen in with Juan Dermot and Denis. 3 old guys. This year for some reason there are few young people. Juan is retired Spanish military and on his 5th Camino. He definitely has been there done that. Nice man. Next stop was a place called Manjarin which I read in guide book was abandoned hamlet until ...
... She removed one, explained the significance in a mishmash of Spanglish and Portuguese. Off she bounced through the next village, Foncebadón. We had previously booked an accommodation here quite blindly because we didn't have internet and couldn't see pictures or read reviews. I just called and took the available Albergue. Oma and Opa were trying to remember this place, but nothing clicked until they ...
... on the path ahead of us. Sometimes they are deep in conversation, gossip, story or song ... and we come up behind with a warm, "Hola", and they need to part to make way for us. One man walking alone today was singing, "When the Saints Go Marching In". Another young woman yesterday had her ear buds in, listening to House Music, and she was moving her arms and dancing as she was walking. She told us it helped to make the hills easier to get through.
After an amazing breakfast of toast with home made jams, including pumpkin (surprisingly delicious), an egg white omelette with goji berries and pumpkin seeds (where am I??!!), and traditional Spanish hot chocolate, I hugged my hosts and headed out on my way. Laura's mama wanted a photo with me, and I seriously felt as though l was from the Amazon, she's so tiny! She told Laura she would love to come to Australia and see how I make our chocolates. As I ...