Parador de Puebla de Sanabria
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- 30.9km walked today - 12 hours overall Well when there is a fiesta in Spain there is no siesta - for anybody!! Unfortunately our chosen resting place last night became anything but. The quiet unassuming little hamlet with the population of 50 turned into a raging street party - and as luck would have it, right outside our window! All ages dancing, screaming (their version of conversing) and Spanish ...
... stretch a bit. I put both feet out in front of me and looked at them and started singing the song from playschool 'one of these things is not like the other one, one of these things is not the same', the germans i was with didn't get it. One of them did admit later in jest, i am german we dont have a sense of humour. So this place Molinaseca is quite beautiful, the little stream, creek in the main part of town is a real focal point ...
... is a parochial municipal alb. Nice. 4 people to a pod. So we have us , Peter and Geraldo from Brazil. The girls will get beds just not with us. It feels weird in an alb having not walked. I hang my head so no one asks " how far did you walk today" or "where did you walk from"... I am terribly disappointed about the bus, but continue to ...
... suggests this is just a main road relying on the camino for it's living. Drying not going too well even though have put dryer out on balcony. Fortunately I managed to turn on radiators which are at a good drying temp. I think being so close to mountains they are used to pilgrims arriving with wet clothes and needing to dry them off. Good progress and have no doubt everything will be dry for the ...
... Cumulative 574 km. the walk was very enjoyable without a 20 lb pack. We had a couple of stops during the day for lunch and an opportunity to dry our feet. We have found this practice to prevent fatigue and foot problems. As the elevation increased, the overlooking views of meadows and mountain tops is enjoyed at the moment and engrained for future memories. We entered the Galatian province and noted the presence of livestock almost immediately. As we approached one of the small ...