Parador de Puebla de Sanabria
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... have followed our Camino journeys from the beginning: - a blue lapis representing the sky for Tom Baber, a retired Apple colleague who lost his life in Feb doing what he loved, flying his plane; - a green jade representing the ocean for Capt Lindsay Don Martell, a neighbor and sea captain who lost his life in Feb doing what he loved, body surfing in Maui: - and a clear crystal representing pure joy and love for Connie Peterson, an energetic mom and massage ...
... or so, in the dark, with their little flachlight between their teeth. Frankly it's a tad annoying, why did you not do this the night before? Some Albergues offer breakfast and others don't, we generally aimb to be up and out between 7 30 and 8 and only did the breakfast 4 or 5 times. Packing up the bikes and getting started has a certain patern to it, I retrieve the bikes from wherever they spent the night and get them down to the handiest spot for loading. ...
... last night. By the time we started pedalling for the day today, the early walkers from Astorga were already on the trail here, as were the walkers starting from Murias. The trail was packed with flocks of Camino walkers (singles, diads, triads, groups, etc.) ... I think I'll call them 'flockers'.
Anyway, by about 9ish we had passed the flockers and had more of an open trail where we could ride freely without interrupting the walking-talking flow of the ...
... me the typical drinking chocolate for breakfast. For dinner, mama cooked the best food I've had during this whole trip. It started with an amuse bouche of chickpeas, which grow locally. "Oooh, they're smokey", I exclaimed. Laura replied "oh, yes, that's because she cooks them in the pot with the ham", then continues to elaborate, whilst pointing at her own body parts, "you know, the hands, and the ears ...". Whilst I wasn't that keen on the specifics, there was ...
... and marsh and water in the dark requires some effort. For a 28km day this was going to be slow going. Took nearly an hour to get the first 3km down the road. And alas as usual, many villages and no coffee. We wandered through rough territory with patches of smooth going and some patches of bitumen before finally hitting a larger town with a beautiful old city perched atop a very high hill. Wandered up a couple of kms of bitumen and finally found a cafe and a bite to ...