Pousada de Braganca Sao Bartolomeu
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... by fields and forests in a
mountainous area cut by steep river gorges. The roads are pretty good, and
except for the massive modern windmills on the ridgelines in sight from most
spots, you’d really feel like you were in old Europe. I was looking for certain
kinds of construction in the villages – raised grain cribs, haylofts, and
slate-roofed houses, but honestly didn’t see much of the architectural
quaintness I read about. Nor did I see many people ...
... slow 28km day I was certainly keen not to slow us further.
We put our ninja gear away as we left the coffee shop and it took but 10 minutes to get it all back on again. It was ffffffaaarrrking freezing, a warm 13.3 degrees with a firm breeze coming straight off the snow on the mountains in front of us! Normally once you start walking you warm up, but not this time!
I was questioning my fitness yesterday with my buddy. I'm feeling a little down on ...
... and no shop open, so will be begging for them to cook eggs tonight for brekky. They seem to be ok with that. They sort of giggle but as Aussies we normally eat a cooked brekky every day of eggs and veges - need protein to kick off the day and veges just because they are good for us but we get what we can get when we an get it because they make so much tortilla in the bars they always seem to have eggs! There is no heater in the room either and it was a grand ...
... t even pick your nose without guard descending upon you!
Arrived at our next stop of Puebla de Sanabria with plenty of daylight left. Another walled village on top of a hill (couldn't really call it a mountain) .Pleasant little village with narrow streets - had to park 200 mtrs from our hotel but we were prepared with overnight stuff in backpacks so we didn't have to carry bags up ...
... yet found the flat place in Spain. The hardest parts are going through the gullies that fill with water and mud. The best part has been meeting so many international walkers. I have yet to meet a native English speaker. I have spoken mostly German with my Alberque (hostel) friends. They are of all ages and abilities. Most started in Seville although there also those who started in ...