Pousada de Braganca Sao Bartolomeu
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[Just a quick post to try to catch up. We may add more info and/or pictures later.]
Wonderful stay at Cepo Verde! We couldn't have had a better host than Marta!
We lucked out in coinciding our stay with the cherry ripening season. And the cherry trees grew everywhere.
... a natural area. I descended into an ancient
town named Chaves, actually quite modern overall as most towns in Portugal are,
but you know it’s very old because of its 14-arch Roman bridge over the Tamega
River. The town has a cute medieval center with a castle watch tower too.
Heading eastward towards Breganca I took a detour into a
remote area in the Parque Natural de Montesinho near the Spanish border. It’s a
very traditional area of old ...
... 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 ...
... planned according to reports, but we find it a bit different so we will look at other options. I don't mind 30+km days if I have to, but much happier around the 25km mark. Under 20km seems a waste of a day.
Tonight's digs are basic but clean. Albergue only has 6 beds but they can put another 5 mattresses on the floor they say. No kitchen, but there's a bar next door. Sucks but it is what it is! So far only an old German fellow in with us. No brekky in ...
... 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 ...