Posada Dos Orillas
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... 8364;25 and the Albergue was going to cost €32. And seriously at this point my body is exhausted for the 23/24kms of rain and cold and supporting and mentally mindful of looking after and nursing this stupid ankle! Quiet rest sounded good.
Found a bar with wifi (and my Camino friends this is not as frequent as the Frances with many towns being one wifi towns) checked emails and FB as we do but couldn't stand it any lo get it was sooooo cold even though ...
... I'm glad I had some food around 5ish as this dinner was 7:30 and apart for a tomato salad, bread and some beans the rest was all with meat including the lentil soup.
The downside of the monastery is that we were locked in until 7:30 this morning. They had told us that but my buddy checked it out on one of his dunny breaks during the night to make sure there was no way out. The cafe over the road opens for brekky at 6 and most were headed there. This doesn't work for ...
... tonight is a working monastery. We knew it was an old nunnery but didn't know it was now a monastery. Got there 2 1/2 hours before they would allow us in (freaking out of bed early people) but let us put our packs down there and head for the nearest bar. Says they have wifi but it's a load of crock. Never mind, we have limited data so use that for the basics. Then off to check in for 1pm and find all the others from last night there. The hostelaria motions us ...
... they're up to, they don't want me sniffing along, they're sidling off to a little restaurant after a quick look round cathedrals and snapping a couple of photos as evidence. Hours later, they return, claiming they're exhausted!!!
One more trip to an historic town, Caceres, then it's my time - the Atlantic and sand dune walks at El Puerto De Santa Maria near Cadiz - I can't wait.
Hasta la próxima vez,
... range with snow. Caught the bus into town. Aaah unbelievable! A mix of Roman, Moorish, Medieval narrow stone streets and buildings. With the occasional 5 star hotel through a tiny stone door, no/few cars, even fewer tourists. That is the best part of it. And it is not even really cold so I don't understand that it is so quiet. Might have something to ...