Parador de Puebla de Sanabria
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Perfect night, her majesty slept till 7am. Unfortunately awoke to torrential rain, the rain in Spain falls everywhere. Up and up we went getting soaked to the skin with every step. Finally landed at Foncebadon with a population of 10 and sod all but a bar with Cofffee, joy. Onwards and upwards, Jim said his pack felt like 5 stone, and the ...
... I plan to leave at the Cross for a friend who recently lost her brave battle to cancer. The whole process is very emotional and as I descend my thoughts lie with her sister who is a dear friend. My concentration is broken with the sound of bagpipes .......... the video is attached. It was surreal and it stayed with me throughout the day. The long day ends in Molinaseca, 216km's from Santiago. Sweet dreams ...
So today i have started from Astorga and while i have left my Canadian mates behind, yet again team Canada have come to my rescue. I must have had a brain **** or something but i thought i had given my credit card the day before however 7 ks outside of Astorga i had this realisation that just dropping the key at the reception didnt cut the mustard. At the very next town, i got onto wifi and Bruce and Darlene have come to my rescue ...
... with it's well maintained buildings and pleasant amenity; I love it! A rustic version of St Jean Pied de Port perhaps? Our hotel was at the end of town which meant I was ever so grateful to arrive! It's clear the residents here take great pride in the their village, so refreshing after the last few days of walking though what appear to be ghost towns. We went to a Gregorian Chant service held by a local Benedictine community in the church ...
... juice and baguette. By Acebo the weather started to improve and by the time I got to Molinaseca the sun was out in blue skies. AmazIng how well knees and legs have stood up to a fairly brutal walk. Main issue has been the battering my feet got on downhill paths comprised mainly of loose rocks. Still they seem to be ok. No immediate sign of blisters. Molinaseca seems typical of ...