Parador de Puebla de Sanabria
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... Cruz de Ferro and no broken or twisted ankles!
Cruz de Ferro is "such a humble monument to mark such a noble gateway" (Brierley's Camino Guide). A cross at the peak of the mountain where pilgrims have been leaving rocks, or other mementos of their intentions, for years has become a highlight of the ways. Both Oma and Opa had placed rocks previously and brought shells for new intentions on this journey. I brought three polished hearts for ...
... It is usually dark and everyone has a little flashlight, it can seem like a room full moving spotlights sometimes with various levels of spill onto other folk's bunks. There is also the sound of bags rustling that has a distinct character. Take a safeway bag and krinkle it, now multiply by 10 or so and run for 30 to 60 minutes, it becomes a white noise after awhile, though I do wonder how some peple can seem to totally unpack, take inventory and re pack over ...
... on. Instead of just our usual warm hello´s, and ´how´s it going? conversation, today he said, "Tammy", and gave me a big morning hug. And then he was off. There is something special about this man.
It was a cool morning, and it was after 08:00 when we finally hit the road (despite our attempts to get an early start). My legs were tired today ... heavy like when I wear ankle weights around the house. My back was sore when I woke up, and my body generally ...
... felt uneasy. Similarly, over a hundred thousand people a year walk this path, many alone, with no incidents, and have done for many years. These recent reports of an attempted abduction, robberies, a tazering, and a missing pilgrim, all within a specific area, are very disheartening. Where are the Knights Templar when you need them. It's Spring, and the Camino is waking up after Winter. There are more and more pilgrims walking now it's getting warmer. The warmer ...
... 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 ...