Parador de Puebla de Sanabria
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... such a Shame as the scenery was magnificent but impossible to photogrAph as hands dropping off . Now frog I may be, but fish I am not! Landed at mandjarin another hole with A population of one, honestly running a Albergue with no electric or running water, I think not. At this stage we are dripping, the path like a swimming pool, not ...
... we were able to get a special sello in support of the local hospital and children with cancer. Their mascot was Yuly, a small eagle. Paul and I both put on the leather glove and held her. For those of you who know me, you know this must have been a Camino miracle! I've had a terrible fear of birds since seeing the Hitchcock movie when I was 7. Yuly was actually very sweet, once you get past that sharp beak and intimidating talons! We arrived ...
... scuba diving but if i was to wear a wet suit to dinner, people would in fact this i was a bit of a dick. Bike pants however, this is apparently cool on the camino. I tend to disagree. So tomorrow is a big day, i climb to the highest point on the route and then drop over 800m over 30 kilometres. So if my legs weren't up to it before to tomorrow will sort them out well and truly. My mate Darlene, here knee is really playing up ...
... yellow, purple and white wildflowers each side of the path for most of the day. Finally at around 3 pm we entered Molinaseca our destination for tonight. It is a beautiful town built on a fast flowing river. Had another nice dinner with some English,Canadian and Aussie friends. Dog tired and about to hit the pillow for a good nights sleep. Hope to be ready to do it all again tomorrow if the feet are ...
... string they would order supplies from the quarry to be set in place. There actually very few tools used. At that time pilgrims would travel to Rome, Jerusalem or Santiago. The Templar knights extended the walls as protection from the Moors in the 13th century. The grounds are in excess of 8000 m2. As we were about to leave, one of the guides stopped us and said we had not seen one important area of the grounds. We were surprised how they knew we had not ...