Tryp Medea Hotel
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... to be freed and quickly started burrowing as soon as he was freed and the humans had stopped gawking and being amazed at seeing him. One of those oh wow moments in life.
Arrived in the village and found the Albergue straight away. Got motioned that we had to go to cafe to sign in. No hospitalario here. We grab that coffee at last, check out the wifi - complete **** and a one wifi town, can barely get Facebook let alone email! Blog will get written, pics chosen, but ...
Black start in full wet gear. Forecast is for rain. Freaking freezing wind so glad of wet gear as it stops a bit of that plus any rain that is supposed to come our way. First few kms...........bitumen!
Thankfully after negotiating the road system we enter Parque Natural de Cornalvo and a dirt road almost 20kms to our digs for tonight. Beautiful underfoot, a bit muddy in places - clearly had more rain than where we were yesterday- had to kick it off - ...
... came down on us, lasted long enough to have gotten us wet for about 45 mins and then disappeared for the rest of the day.
Notes say we see and then walk around a reservoir. Sure enough it pops out of nowhere. Substantial size and is used for recreation. Lots of paddle boats around and cafes (all closed today) on the far side. We start out walk around and then notice some things - excavations, some story boards, windows to see through.
Sure enough, ...
... best chocolate icing ever!!!
We got the chance to opt for the Roman road or the Camino. Of course we opted Roman. That was cool until it ran into a field of knee high grass! Was still dark! Choice - walk back about 2km to the junction again or hop through the grape vines in the direction of the highway where we would have to meet up with the Camino again. The dogs were very unhappy about us trespassing ...
... the pictures for nearly 6 hours. So glad we start in the dark for a couple of hours. That would have been tougher in all daylight. Kilometre after kilometre of grapes or olives and a bit of wheat and lucerne as we got close to town. We were starting to feel the heat the last few kms as the temperature hit 22 degrees without shade or a breeze.
The day was highlighted by walking a direct North direction with the ...