Parador de Zafra
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... Looked odd.
Dill is growing wild on the roadside. If we were cooking fish for dinner im sure we would have picked some. Watched locals cutting grass and stuff from the road edge and bagging for livestock somewhere. These people are just so resourceful and don't waste. AND they ride quads and trikes on the streets here as Bill and I have seen in the Azores. Cool.
Our digs tonight are pretty cool ...
... caffeine stop and out of town we go to watch the sunrise as we head out of town.
We are shortly joined by Santiago, a young spaniard from Sevilla who needs to get to Merída by tomorrow so has a near 40km day in front of him. We're doing a simple 23km. We chat for a while and he scoots off. While with Santiago we have a horse come running towards us, has clearly escaped from his paddock and is upset, has a damaged hind leg and assume he cut it in ...
... and pointed us to where he knew one was open. Fan freaking tastic! Water, no cafe and vino blanco - served with cheese and bikkies. One thing that is awesome at every bar......you buy a drink....they serve pinchos which are sometimes quite substantial.
We taxied from this point. 4km of bitumen and after yesterday our legs and feet need TLC away from this stuff. We still have over 800km to go and if I have to get there on hands and knees I ...
... through to another courtyard with barbecue tables and chairs, enter into the communal kitchen that is a showroom of old and new and then past the outback rooms and into a 'museum' of ancient tools, harnesses, farm machinery, etc. Bill would have been in heaven for a few hours.
Our room is upstairs in the posh bit - several rooms of two single beds. A beautiful bathroom, private kitchen, a lounge room to share. We even get ...
... there are storks on the tower and I woke from my siesta to the sounds of the storks. So strange and different noise to my ears.
Did a small shop as I had run out of eggs. I carry boiled eggs in my pack because unless you want to have a steady diet of bread - all carb and no protein - you better do something for yourself. As a vego there isn't a lot of option. Couldn't buy a half dozen so just put the left overs on the communal kitchen with a note to help yourself and ...