Hotel Torre Sant Joan
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Burgos Most of Spain doesn't get going until 10am and it is still dark until about 8.30 and so it has been a leisurely day doing a bit of shopping, getting some more euros, eating tapas, and getting my clothes washed. Margita and I looked around the wonderful 13th century cathedral and there are strong associations with the Camino even way ...
... lady. Before this we were going snail pace... I think paint could have dried faster than I was walking during this. I felt defeated... until I saw another lady hobbling worse than me ahead. I was thankful I wasn't that bad. She was really hurting and we couldn't even see her face. I could only imagine how much pain her expression would have shown. The pain is so bad in my legs that it wakes me up all night. I feel like a rotisserie chicken tossing and turning all night trying ...
... paved concrete section of path that went back down to an intermediate level mesa. The steep 18% grade, though much shorter than the rise to the higher mesa, slowed us down quite a bit in order to protect our knees from injury. The poles Jim purchased yesterday were a godsend! When we reached the new lower level, we continued to walk but rewarded ourselves with a shared banana after 5 miles, at 8:40. The remaining walk was relatively flat on friendly dirt ...
... hot up. Met a Latvian woman have seen her before. She told me she is walking with a French guy who doesn't speak English and she has no French. They looked quite cosy.
Landed in Hornillos del Camino. Small village. Municipal albergue. Let's not go mad altogether. Jeremy a welsh man working here in the summer. He sleeps in a van in the village. (Better than dormitory).
Out of the sun. 20k today is enough.
Met 3 young lads in ...
... and traffic. Once we got to the outskirts of Burgos, we took the trail following the river all the way into town. Got in about 12ish and headed straight to the municipal Albergue - meeting up with lots of other pilgrims we'd met along the way. Good to see some familiar faces. Seemed to take forever to get into the city! Checked in, washing done, lunch and we ran into Alan and Sandra from NZ! Visited the cathedral which is ...