The morning started with a light misty rain which soon lifted. We stopped for second breakfast then elevenses before finally having lunch with some American friends. I treated all to Spanish hot chocolate which is the consistence and taste of hot pudding. Thick and rich, a little went a long ways but was delicious .
The afternoon part of the walk was by this charming ancient church and this adorable hobbit house.
The last few miles were on these beautiful tree lines lanes, next to wild flower meadows, with mountains in the distance. Combine that with my sweet daughter just ahead and a soundtrack and I had a bit of bliss.
We had booked a hotel ahead and I was very glad of it. Turns out I have a bit of a cold so an afternoon nap was needed. My cough was worse so I was relieved I wouldn’t disturb a whole Albergue. The room had old stone walls with a niche and tiny windows with green shutters and lace curtains, so charming.
Just three more days and 60 km for 36 total days of walking. We hate for it to be over and yet at the same time are ready to reach Santiago. The good news is the Camino will be part of us for the rest of our lives.