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... lifestyle of a
century ago as I had hoped. The very old houses actually mostly looked quite
derelict in this region that has been depopulating for most of a century, and
the houses in the villages that look lived in are mostly fairly modern. The
landscape of fields and forests in the hills is still beautiful even if it’s
not quite the museum of antique lifestyles some publications made it out to be.
Braganca is the capital of Tras-Os-Montes province and in ...
... while I know I did get hurt earlier (and it's still mending) that's simply no excuse for me being so damned slow. I'm ready to throw my Fitbit in the drink. I'm busting my ass doing more than 200km/week and was doing a minimum of 100km a week for most of the last year, I eat good food (except on the Camino because you can't get good food!).
My buddy is always waiting for me which is frustrating and upsetting. We normally match stride for stride except downhill ...
... at 2:30 this arvo :( going to need to get on my sleeping at tonight!
The old villages we pass through seem a mix of neglect, derelict and almost opulence. But after what we learned yesterday, it makes sense. I took a pic today of a small wooden gate and behind it you can see the useless, untended tiny plots. At one village the church building caught my eye - seriously they all look the same - but you could see the stairs to the bell tower and yes, we could ...
... Weather has become a bit cooler so we rugged up and walked up to castle only 100 metres away and did the tourist thing, climbed the tower and walked the battlements, could have even tried on some armour if we wanted to (gave that a miss). Also declined to inspect hole where in times past prisoners were thrown 3 stories down a well and were left to die of injuries.Is called the "you rot there" ...
Today, we have a Canda so aim just enjoying a cup of coffee then off on the Camino. It is shorter overall today but I think the the climb is steeper. Later: Boy was I right. It was so hard to go up a Canda. It was a trail through stream nod rocks with very vertical jaunts up the rocks. It was only 6k but I was totally bonked at the top with 19K to go. At the halfway point, I met up again ...
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